Peter Schulze

Versions of names: Петер Шульц
Germany

Peter W. Schulze is private lecturer of Political Sciences, International Relations and Russian Studies at Georg August University of Goettingen. He was Director of the FES in the Russian Federation and is Honorary Professor of University Rostov-on-the Don, Russian Federation. From 2003 to the present day he has been involved in academic research and acting as a consultant to deputies and experts at the German Bundestag.

Missions

International experts observing elections on the 2018 Russian single voting day

No affiliation

Institutional affiliation to the Dialogue of Civilisations

Official function: Institutional affiliation to the Georg August University of Goettingen

Выборы были абсолютно прозрачны и отличались отличной организацией. Это вселяет надежду и уверенность, что жители Москвы будут доверять результатам голосования. Например, у нас в Германии нет такой технологии наблюдения за выборами, какую мы увидели сегодня в Москве.

International experts observing elections on the 2019 Russian single voting day

not identified

Institutional affiliation to Georg August University of Goettingen

Official function: Institutional affiliation to the Georg August University of Goettingen

Мы поняли, что случаи фальсификации, подлога очень редки. Потому что механизмы контроля настолько выверены, что практически исключают такую возможность.

http://archive.is/tX7ch#selection-1467.1-1467.152 (2019-09-07)

Corresponding elections

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.