SCO recognizes referendum in Kyrgyzstan as democratic
SCO Deputy Secretary General Wang Kaiwen said that the organization's observer mission did not receive any complaints during the constitutional referendum in Kyrgyzstan held yesterday.
"The referendum has been held in accordance with Kyrgyzstan’s constitutional law and the country’s international obligations," TASS cited him as saying.
The SCO observers believe that the plebiscite in Kyrgyzstan was "open, free and democratic," "there have been no irregularities that could question the referendum’s legitimacy."
The SCO Deputy Secretary General also said that district election commissions had demonstrated high efficiency, technical experts had been present at all polling stations so that any possible technical issues could be solved.