The League for the Defence of Human Rights (LADOM), as part of the Coalition for Free and Fair Election “Coalition 2007”, will deploy observers to all 1018 polling stations that will be opened in the runoff elections of 17 June 2007. LADOM expressed readiness to react at citizens appeals so that to take note of possible deficiencies where needed. In Chisinau, Orhei, and Cahul cities LADOM will undertake parallel voting counting.
Moldovan Mission to the OSCE Permanent Council has informed participants at its sitting in Vena about blocking the electoral process on 3 June in Corjova. The Mission has also drawn attention of participant states to the fact that peace-keeping mechanism from the Security Zone could not solve out the problems, which might occur on 17 June as well. The representatives of the Republic of Moldova, EU and US expressed concerns over the situation in Corjova, which comes at odds with the constitutional rights of citizens to elect and to be elected. Corjova village, near Dubasari city, is under the Chisinau jurisdiction since 1992. Inhabitants of Corjova have recently asked Moldovan authorities and CEC to ensure conditions to vote, while the latter has redirected this demand to Unified Control Commission, and peace-keeping forces.
Central Electoral Commission has set for repeated elections on 17 June in other 3 villages: Budai village, Taraclia rayon (local and rayonal councils); Doina village, Cantemir rayon (elections of mayor); Bahmut village, Calarasi rayon (elections of mayor). The CEC decisions come after courts annulled the results of election in these electoral districts, on the ground of serious infringements that had an impact on the final score of the 3 June elections.