STEPANAKERT. – At the Nagorno-Karabakh presidential elections even the smallest villages were installed with election equipment properly, Bulgarian MP and Stop Islamization of Europe international organization council member Pavel Chernev said on Thursday.
“I had an impression that elections were held fairly,” he said.
Another observer from Austria said the locals do not doubt the elections are fair, which secures full legitimacy for the government to make the decisions.
To note, 81 international observers from 21 states, including the U.S., Russia, Canada, France, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Ireland, Poland, Cyprus, Hungry, Bulgaria, Israel, Argentina, and Uruguay, as well as delegations of official representatives from Armenia, Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Transnistria, observed the elections.