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December 2, 2005
Question Taken At December 2, 2005 Daily Press Briefing

Kazakhstan: U.S. Sending Election Observers (Taken Question)

QUESTION:   Will the US be sending election observers to Kazakhstan or will there be other international observers?

ANSWER:
  • The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will have well over 400 observers, including 40 U.S. citizens.
  • In addition, Kazakhstan’s Central Election Commission has accredited an additional 11 observers from the U.S. Embassy in Almaty.

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Released on December 2, 2005

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