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Commission spéciale d’accréditation des observateurs des élection

Special Commission fot the Accreditation of Election Observers

Special Commission for the Accreditation of Election Observers​

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Commission spéciale d’accréditation des observateurs des élection

Special Commission fot the Accreditation of Election Observers

Nineteen International Organizations and Bodies Accredited to Observe 2021 Elections

After examining their applications, nineteen international organizations and bodies, represented by more than 100 observers, have been accredited to observe the 2021 elections. 

The organizations and bodies from Africa, Europe and Asia fulfill the requirements to conduct elections observation. They will carry out their observation mission in the electoral districts of their choice in the twelve regions of the Kingdom, the CNDH said in a statement.

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, the International Organization of the Francophonie, the Russian Civil Chamber, the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe, Gender Concerns International, Nouvelles Perspectives, the National Council for Audiovisual Regulation in Senegal, the Higher Council of Communication in Burkina Faso, the African Center for Conflict Prevention, the Eugène Delacroix Circle, Dynamic Morocco and the Network of African National Human Rights Institutions will observe the coming elections.

On the Arab level, the accredited institutions include the Arab League, the Arab Parliament and the Arab Network of National Institutions for Human Rights. 

The diplomatic representations in Rabat of the European Commission, the United Kingdom, Canada and the Netherlands will also observe the 2021 elections.

The CNDH indicated that communication meetings will be organized for the benefit of these organizations and bodies, in order to shed light on the legal arsenal relating to elections and observers.

The observers join more than 4,600 others, representing 44 national NGOs, in addition to the CNDH.


The National Human Rights Council of Morocco (CNDH) is a national, pluralistic and independent institution. It was created in March 2011 to replace the former Advisory Council for Human Rights established in 1990. The CNDH considers all issues related to the protection and promotion of human rights and freedoms. The CNDH works for the preservation of the dignity of citizens, individually and collectively, while taking into account the relevant universal and national standards.

Contact

N° 22 Avenue Riad Hay Riad BP 21527 Rabat Maroc

05.37.54.00.00

observation2021@cndh.org.ma

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