Véronique Rouez

Versions of names: Вероник Руез

A lawyer by training, Véronique Rouez is a former parliamentary assistant and rapporteur for the Campaign Accounts and Political Funding. She is a speaker at an international school for diplomatic protocol EIPS (Ecole Internationale Protocole & Savoir-Vivre).


Individual observers at the 2018 Russian presidential election

No affiliation

Institutional affiliation to Ecole Internationale Protocole & Savoir-Vivre (EIPS)

I hope that even more international experts would be invited to the next Russian elections, as many would have an opportunity to assure themselves personally of the transparency of the electoral system in Russia.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVCfnf3Fz2E (2018-09-10)

В регионе все хорошо организовано. Мы посетили несколько избирательных участков, в том числе приспособленных для плоховидящих людей. Это наверное, то, чего не хватает во Франции.

http://archive.is/PvKqi#selection-415.6-415.185 (2018-09-09)
International experts observing elections on the 2018 Russian single voting day

No affiliation

Institutional affiliation to Ecole Internationale Protocole & Savoir-Vivre (EIPS)

Individual observers at the Russian 2019 regional elections

not identified

Institutional affiliation to Ecole Internationale Protocole & Savoir-Vivre (EIPS)

У нас была возможность посмотреть, как работают разные виды голосования, в том числе голосование с помощью интернета. Мы также смогли посетить один из трех центров, где можно проголосовать таким образом и убедиться в том, что система работает очень эффективно.

http://archive.is/fwMvg (2019-09-08)

Corresponding elections

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. The election took place under restrictions on fundamental freedoms and limited space for political engagement.
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.
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.