Peter Michalko called on the CEC "to ensure the right to vote of Moldovan citizens living abroad and in the Transdniestrian region," and also to do everything "to ensure the safety of the voting process in the context of the pandemic."
According to the CEC, he said this during an online meeting with the leadership of the Central Election Commission on Monday, expressing confidence that the upcoming elections will be "free, transparent and will establish citizens’ trust," infotag.md
The interlocutors exchanged views "on the November 1, presidential elections and on the initiatives to amend the Electoral Code and electoral legislation, put forward by some groups of parliament members."
The CEC leadership thanked for the interest shown and highly appreciated the EU support for democracy development in Moldova. It reported on the measures taken by the Commission for the Organization of the Presidential Elections, including the process of nominating candidates. The results of new September 6, local elections in two settlements were also summed up.
According to the report, the parties also thoroughly considered preparing and updating the voter lists alike ensuring the activities of observers through the prism of their rights and obligations."