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European Union Election Observation Mission

17 Jun 2019
The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Nigeria today released its final report on the 2019 general elections, which contains 30 recommendations to improve future electoral processes. The mission concluded that the systemic failings are seen in the elections, and the relatively low levels of voter participation, show the need for fundamental electoral reform.

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