An interactive online platform iDitord will be presented on Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. in Article #3 Club (26a Tumanyan St., Yerevan). It is an open crowdsourcing tool for civic oversight of elections, which will allow any citizen to register election irregularities and violations, including reporting on the misuse of administrative resources, during the election campaign of Yerevan City Council elections, which will run from April 21 to May 12. The website will also operate on the election day, May 14, 2017. The event is open for registration via Transparency International Anticorruption Center’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1321088131300205/
Under the Armenian Electoral Code, the signed voter lists were tobe made publicly availableon April 4, 2017 by 12pm. By19.00 of April 4, 2017, by 7 the links posted by the CEC on its website were not available in most cases. This means that the Government failed to meet this commitment by grossly violating the requirements of the Armenian Electoral Code.
On April 2, the 3112 independent and impartial observers of Citizen Observer Initiative have carried out the mission of observation since early morning at 1521 precincts.