Large Canada mission to Ukraine expresses concerns about election campaign

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Oct. 5, 2012, 3:33 p.m. | Ukraine Politics — by Oksana Faryna

Canada will send 500 observers to Ukraine to monitor voting throughout the country on Oct. 28.

Oksana Lyachynska

Kyiv Post staff writer


Preparations for Ukraine’s parliamentary elections on Oct. 28 are taking place in an environment of widespread vote-buying, pressure on candidates and campaign staff, procedural irregularities and restrictions on media freedom. 

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