Fabrizio Bertot

Versions of names: Фабрицио Берто
Italy

Fabrizio Bertot is a former MEP (2013-2014)., who held the position of a mayor of Rivarolo Canavese from 2003 to 2012. He observed the illegitimate Crimean “referendum” in March 2014 and the illegitimate “parliamentary elections” in the Russia-occupied parts of Eastern Ukraine in November 2014. He is a regular commentator for the Russian state-controlled Sputnik website and criticized the EU sanctions against Russia. Because of his political views, Fabrizio Bertot was forbidden from entering Ukraine in 2018. In 2019 he joined "Fratelli d'Italia" ("Brothers of Italy") and participated in the elections to the European Parliament, but was not elected.

Missions

Individual observers at the 2018 Russian presidential election

identified

Forza Italia / Forward, Italy

Ordinary party member

Это были самые открытее и прозрачные выборы, которые я вообще где-либо видел.

Впечатления у меня очень хорошие. Мы посетили 8 избирательных участков. Техническое оборудование участков лучше, чем в Восточной Европе. По крайней мере, лучше, чем в Словакии, Чехии, Венгрии, может быть, даже в Австрии. Бюллетени бросали в электронные урны, на каждом участке были камеры, которые снимали всё, что там происходило, чтобы ЦИК могла контролировать порядок голосования на любом участке.

Individual observers at the 2018 Cambodian general elections

identified

Forza Italia / Forward, Italy

Ordinary party member

The elections took place in a peaceful and joyful atmosphere. The controversies surrounding these elections concern international interests and the interference of foreign countries and funding from dubious origin.

Corresponding elections

legitimate
The seventh presidential election in Russia was held on 18 March 2018. With the exception of the election in Russia-annexed Crimea, this election is considered legitimate. The election held in Crimea for the Russian presidency is internationally considered to be an illegitimate election, see more on this at the election page 2018 Russian presidential election in annexed Crimea.
legitimate
On 29 July 2018, Cambodia held general elections to elect 125 members of the National Assembly, the lower house of the Parliament of Cambodia. Due to the fact that the Cambodian authorities banned the main opposition party in 2017, Western states declined to send any observers to monitor the general elections.