Jerzy Kwaśniewski is the President of the Management Board and co-founder of the Ordo Iuris Institute, a Polish conservative think-tank that sent n 18-strong mission to observe the Hungarian elections. The arrival of the mission, headed by Kwaśniewski, was personally noted by Orbán’s government's international spokesman Zoltán Kovács. Kwaśniewski is also a lecturer at the Collegium Intermarium University in Poland which is affiliated with the Ordo Iuris Institute. The post-election reports from Ordo Iuris Institute, published in cooperation with Collegium Intermarium University, argue against OSCE ODIHR’s report.
Institutional affiliation to Ordo Iuris Institute
About 20 Hungarian NGOs have called on the OSCE to send a full-scale observation mission to the Hungarian elections. [...] Even if these requests could be described as actions aimed at distraction, it is important to consider that they also represent a way of trying to interfere in the electoral campaign, contaminating it with suspicions about its legitimacy.