Abschlussbericht der Kampagne Menschenrechtler für freie Wahlen

Die Kampagne „Menschenrechtler für freie Wahlen“, die bei den Präsidentschaftswahlen 2010 in Belarus für die unabhängige Wahlbeobachtung verantwortlich war, hat heute ihren Abschlussbericht vorgestellt.

Einige „Höhepunkte“ des Berichtes – zur Stimmauszählung:

„During the vote count and tabulation of voting results alone, at least 20-25% of votes in Minsk and 10-15% of votes in the regions were apparently “re-distributed” in favour of the incumbent. Most likely, this was done at those polling stations where results of counting ballots by PEC members did not correspond to the figures desired by the incumbent authorities, and were “corrected” by PEC chairs. Most probably, ultimate “elaboration” of voting results was conducted at the TEC level – in those cases where simple summing up of figures from PEC protocols did not produce desired figures.“

Zu den Wahlergebnissen:

„According to the CEC, 6,441,031 voters took part in the election (90.65% of 7,105,660 registered
voters), with 79.65% of the popular vote for Lukashenka (67.65% in Minsk and 82.15% in the
regions). However, observation data indicates that the participation of at least 350-400,000 voters
сould be added on paper. In addition, ballots could be added to ballot boxes for early voting and
mobile voting. Thus, it is very likely that no more than 6.05-6.1 million voters actually took part in the
election, i.e. 85-86% of the number of registered voters.“

Zu den Wahlurnen:

„It is impossible to say whether the ballots in the ballot boxes at the moment the vote count started
were the same ballots which were cast by the voters themselves, because during early voting and
mobile voting, members of election commissions (which were not independent or pluralistic) and
unauthorized persons had access to relevant ballot boxes in absence of observers or other witnesses,
and the way the ballot boxes were designed and sealed did not provide an adequate safeguard
against potential manipulation. In total, about 2.2 million ballot papers (the number of voters who
voted early, during mobile voting and at closed polling stations) were therefore in a “zone of high
manipulation risk”.

Der Bericht ist hier zu lesen:


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