STEPANAKERT. – Parliamentary elections in Karabakh were transparent and once again proved Karabakh people's commitment to democracy, representative of international observation mission said.
Karin McDonalds representing observation mission from U.S., Mexico and Brazil, said they did not fix violations during the Karabakh parliamentary elections on Sunday.
Gale Pepperine, for her part, noted that parliamentary elections in Karabakh can be compared to any elections in any European state.
Robert Garsia Gomez said the election process was free, democratic and transparent: “ Everything was organized transparently in accordance with the international standards.”
Andreas Borgeas representing the United States noted that it would be nice if the elections were held in the United States followed the example of the Karabakh when the turnout was 70%, “For the US, it is unprecedented turnout.”
At the same time, observers noted that some polling places had certain inconveniences for people with disabilities.