July 19, 2014
The European Union Election Assessment Team (EU EAT) announced Saturday that the extensive audit of the Afghan presidential vote is fully and actively observed by EU EAT observers. A statement released by the European Union Election Assessment Team (EU EAT) said, up to 242 observers will be involved in the EU EAT assessment of the Afghan Presidential run-off vote in the coming weeks.
The statement furhter added that the EU EAT observers, working in shifts on a permanent basis, will assess if the audit process is conducted in line with agreed procedures. Possible irregularities will be registered and brought to the attention of the authorities in charge.