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KIEV, October 6. /TASS/. Ukraine’s Central Election Commission on Monday registered another 55 international observers to monitor early parliamentary elections due on October 26.
Thus, the Central Elections Commission registered 19 observers from Denmark, 12 - from Poland, 17 - from the International expert Center for Electoral Systems (ICES), and seven - from the National Democratic Institute (NDI).
According to the Central Election Commission’s secretariat, as many as 310 people have been granted the status of an international observer at the elections. As many as 563 journalists from 61 mass media bodies have been accredited to highlight the polling.