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Viche 2006 №22

№22, 2006

Free, democratic, fair

The mechanism of supervision over the realization of the elective process as a mean of improvement of a civil society of "Ukraine" university

Election -2006: Experience. Problems. Prospects

International scientific-practical conference

has generalized the practical work of preparation and holding of election of

people's deputies of Ukraine and deputies of local boards

Representatives of electoral organs of almost 20 countries, international organizations and establishments, people's deputies, judges of Constitutional, Supreme and Appeal courts of Ukraine, and also representatives of central and local organs of executive power, experts from the universal suffrage and electoral process took part in its work.

A primary objective of this representative measure - generalization of practice of preparation and election people's deputies of Ukraine, exchange experience from organization of electoral process and accepting in relation to perfection of electoral legislation, and also forming of national register of electors.

Among the invited speakers were Lidiya Yermoshyna, the head of the election and conducting of republican referendums Central commission of Byelorussia Republic;   Bohdan Futey, federal judge of the United States of America; Morten Enberg, chairman of department on the questions of democratization Co-ordinate office of OBSE projects in Ukraine; Nad' Orshoya, a senior leader of Association projects of election organizers of countries of Europe (APOE); Huram Chalagashvili, head of the Central election committee of Georgia; Eugen Shtyrbu, head of the Central election committee of  Moldova Republic; Zhivyele Verbileyte, a member of the Main election committee of Lithuanian Republic.

A conference organizer - is the Central election committee of Ukraine at an assistance Agency of the USA from international development (with the participation of "Assistance of election organization in Ukraine" project) and Co-ordinate of OBSE projects in Ukraine.

Larysa KOCHUBEY