Patrick Brunot

Versions of names: Патрик Брюно
France

Patrick Brunot is a French lawyer at the Court of Appeal of Paris and a Professor in International Law at the Paris High International Studies School. He represented Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in a libel case against a French newspaper. Together with Philippe Chansay Wilmotte, Brunot participated in the CIS-EMO mission in Transnistria in 2007. In September 2017, Brunot illegally visited Crimea and delivered a lecture at a university.

Missions

International experts observing elections on the 2018 Russian single voting day

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Institutional affiliation to the Court of Appeal of Paris

Official function: Institutional affiliation to the Paris High International Studies School

В России соблюдаются избирательные права людей с ограниченными возможностями здоровья. Тогда как во Франции граждане с аналогичными заболеваниями либо голосуют в таких же условиях, что и остальные избиратели, либо вынуждены просить проголосовать за себя доверенное лицо.

http://vladimir.tpprf.ru/ru/news/267493 (2018-09-11)
International experts observing elections on the 2019 Russian single voting day

No affiliation

Institutional affiliation to the Court of Appeal of Paris

Official function: Institutional affiliation to the Paris High International Studies School

Привлечение молодёжи к выборам — это проблема, которая волнует всех в мире. Электронное голосование поможет решить эту проблему.

http://archive.is/VkvCt#selection-1143.1-1143.128 (2019-09-08)
Individual observers at the 2018 Russian presidential election

No affiliation

Institutional affiliation to the Court of Appeal of Paris

Official function: Institutional affiliation to the Paris High International Studies School

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 the single voting day on 8 September 2019, Russia elected governors in 19 federal subjects and members of legislative bodies in 13 federal subjects. In July 2019, the Moscow City Election Commission (MCEC) refused to register the overwhelming majority of independent opposition candidates for the elections to the Moscow City Duma. This provoked mass protests in Moscow and undermined the legitimacy of the elections.
legitimate
During the single voting day on 9 September 2018, Russia elected 26 regional heads, 7 members of the State Duma, members of 16 regional councils, 4 regional city mayors, and several thousands of municipal heads and council members.