YEREVAN The Organization for Security and Co-procedure in Europe (OSCE) on Monday criticized Armenia’s weekend election, stating it experienced been tainted by circumstances of vote-getting and interference.
The OSCE mentioned in a statement the parliamentary election on Sunday experienced been perfectly-administered and fundamental freedoms have been typically highly regarded. But it included that they experienced been marked by organizational challenges and undue interference in the course of action, primarily by social gathering reps.
It also famous some stress on civil servants as perfectly as non-public sector staff members.
With 100 p.c of the vote previously counted, formal success demonstrate the ruling Republican Bash has won the election with 49.12 p.c.
(Reporting by Margarita Antidze modifying by Sujata Rao)