Early parliamentary elections 2021

About Coalition

Who We Are

The Civic Coalition for Free and Fair Elections is a permanent, voluntary entity, comprised of civil society organizations from Moldova, whose aim is to contribute to the development of democracy in Moldova, through advocacy and implementation of free and fair elections according to the standards of ODIHR (OSCE), the European Council and its specialized affiliated institutions.

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Coalition Regulation

The Regulation stipulates the principles and rules that enable the Coalition to function as a permanent, voluntary entity comprised of civil society organizations from Moldova. Furthermore, it covers members’ rights and obligations, the procedure to join the Coalition, and the responsibilities of the Coalition Board and Secretariat.

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Coalition Members

The Coalition is comprised of 35 non-governmental organizations from Moldova, who have undersigned the Charter for Free and Fair Elections. The members are organizations with experience in the electoral field and elections related areas, united by the aspiration to improve our country’s democracy through ensuring free and fair elections.

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The Coalition Charter

The Charter for Free and Fair elections contains a series of standards advocated by the Coalition, striving to ensure a democratic election process, in accordance with the recommendations and good practices of OSCE/ODIHR, the European Council and the EU. Said standards cover legal and institutional frameworks, methods of organizing electoral competition, political party and mass media behavior, and principles for guaranteeing the right to vote for all voters’ categories.

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The current activity of the Civic Coalition for Free and Fair Elections is supported by the East Europe Foundation within the project “Civil society advocacy for inclusive and fair elections in Moldova, compliant with EU and OSCE/ODIHR recommendations and human rights commitments”, funded by the European Union and co-funded by the Government of Sweden.