Observers: nobody even arrested

Monday, March 5, 2007 at 10:29 | Posted in democracy, Election, Estonia, Politics | Leave a comment

According to Estonian daily Postimees, Moldovan an Belarus observers monitoring the election in Estonia yesterday were satisfied that the election was fair and honest although they noted that in some polling stations children seemed to enter the boots with their parents. Aleh Hulak from Belarus was surprised to note that police were nowhere to be seen in the towns he visited. Nobody was even arrested, according to Hulak.

Some countries manage to fulfill a democratic process without input of law enforcing officials.

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