As was mentioned in the 2006 Joint Opinion, the Law does not provide any
“answer to the recommendation made in the OSCE/ODIHR EOM 2005 Final Report which reads: “The CEC should provide detailed election results, by polling stations, available on its website as soon as they have been processed in the District election commissions.” Only such a mechanism permits the conduct of a thorough analysis of the consolidated results per polling stations, to compare the results as tabulated centrally to the results as gathered at polling station level by party representatives and observers, and as a consequence to raise the level of confidence in the overall results.”
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