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Anna Čurdova (Czech Republic)
Vice President of PACE 2008 - 2010, member of the Czech Parliament 2002 - 2010, political analyst.
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2003,2007,2012-Armenia (parliamentary),2004,2008-Russia (presidential), 2007-Russia (parliamentary), 2004,2010-Ukraine (presidential), 2009-Moldova (parliamentary), 2012 - Ukraine (parliamentary), 2013 - Armenia (presidential), Azerbaijan (presidential), 2014 - Ukraine (parkiamentary).
Vitaly Andrievsky (Moldova)
Political scientist, Center for Political Studies and Electoral Techniques, Chisinau, Moldova
Baruch Ben Neria (Israel)
Former ambassador of Israel to Georgia and Armenia.
Lecturer , International Relations, Russian and Soviet Military history, Jerusalem University. Member, Council of Peace and Security. Past marketing director in CIS, Israeli Military Industry.
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2004 - Ukraine (presidential), 2008 - Georgia ( presidential), 2012 - Armenia (parliamentary), Ukraine (parliamentary), 2013 - Armenia (presidential), 2014 - Ukraine (parliamentary), 2015 - Uzbekistan (presidential).
Uri Bocharov (Israel)
Political strategist, political scientist, PR -manager, analyst, journalist, publicist.
Monitoring of elections: Israel (parliamentary) - 2001, 2006, 2009; Russia (parliamentary) - 2003, 2007, 2011, (presidential) - 2012
Dr. Yossef Bodansky (USA)
Director of Research, ISSA (The International Strategic Studies Association), analyst, researcher, author.
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2004-Ukraine (presidential), 2005-Kyrgizstan (parliamentary), 2005-Azerbaijan (parliamentary), 2005-Kazakhstan (presidential).
Andrey Chebotarev (Kazakhstan)
Natan Cohen (Israel)
Chairman of Association of citizens for New Israel. Proiects manager of the East European States & C.I.S. Institute.
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2004,2010- Ukraine (presidential), 2005- Kazakhstan (presidential), 2007,2012- Ukraine (parliamentary), 2008- Georgia (presidential), 2012- Armenia (parliamentary), 2013 - Armenia (presidential), Azerbaijan (presidential), 2014 - Ukraine (parliamentary).
Johan Deckmyn (Belgium)
Member of Belgium Parliament 2004-2014
Political observer, owner and HR-manager of ICT-company.
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2011-Russia (parliamentary), 2012-Russia (presidential), 2012-Ukraine (parliamentary), 2013-Armenia (presidential), Azerbaijan (presidential), 2014 - Ukraine (parkiamentary).
Nana Devdariani (Georgia)
Political scientist, journalist,director of Global Research Center,Tbilisi
Dr. Grigorii Golosov (Russia)
Doctor of Political Sciences, Director, Inter-Regional Electoral Network of Assistance in Russia (IRENA)
Dr. Vladimir (Ze`ev) Hanin (Israel)
Chief Scientist, Israeli Ministry of Immigrant Absorption, associate professor, Dept. of Political and Middle Eastern Studies, Ariel University
Alexander Iskandaryan (Armenia)
Director of Caucasus Media Institute, Yerevan
Professor Laszlo Kemeny (Hungary)
Professor of Political Science, 1994-2002 Speaker of the Hungarian Civil National Assembly, 2006-2009 Special Representative, appointed by the Government of Hungary, for the coordination and development of Eastern relations, Advisor to the Parliamentary Group of the Hungarian Socialist Party, Budapest.
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2012 - Armenia (parliamentary), Ukraine (parliamentary), 2013 - Armenia (presidential), 2014 - Ukraine (parliamentary).
Dr. Hayk Kotanjian (Armenia)
Major General, political scientist, president of the Political Science Association of Armenia, head of the Institute for National Strategic Studies MOD Armenia, member of the Academic-Expert Board of the CSTO.
Dr. Alexander Krylov (Russia)
Doctor in History, President of the Society for the Scientific Study of Caucasus, expert of the Institute of World Economy and International Relations
Vitaly Kulik (Ukraine)
Director of the Research Center for Civil Society Problems, Kyiv, Ukraine
Dr. Lidia Lawson (USA)
President of Independent American Center of Political Monitoring. Lawyer, journalist, politologist. International Law society member; Immigration Project participant.
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2005-Kazakhstan (presidential), 2006,2007,2012 - Ukraine (parliamentary), 2008 - Georgia (presidential), 2010 - Ukraine (presidential), 2012 - Armenia (parliamentary), 2013 - Armenia (presidential),Azerbaijan (presidential)
Alexander Lurie (Germany)
Co-chairmen of the Central European Group of Political Monitoring, sociologist, political analyst.
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2006,2007,2012-Ukraine (parliamentary), 2008 - Georgia (presidential), 2010 - Ukraine (presidential), 2012 - Armenia (parliamentary), 2013 - Armenia (presidential), Azerbaijan (presidential)
Artūras Mankevičius (Lithuania)
Political observer, parliamentary journalist, owner and CEO of PR company.
Monitoring of elections: parliament of Lithuania 1990, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004; the president of Lithuania 1993, 1998, 2003, 2004; parliament of Finland 1999, parliament of Estonia 2003, European Parliament 2004, 2012 - parliament of Ukraine, 2013 - Armenia (presidential), Azerbaijan (presidential), 2014 - Ukraine (parliamentary).
Sergey Markedonov (Russia)
Director of the Department for Problems of Ethnic Relations at the Institute for Political and Military Analysis in Moscow
Alexei Martynov (Russia)
Director of "The international institute of the Newly Established States"
Nikolai Meinert (Estonia)
Head of the News Media Group (Latvia), one of the founders of the World Net of Election Observers, journalist, analyst.
Monitoring of elections: parliament of Finland - 1995, 1999, 2003, 2007; president of Finland - 2003, 2007; European Parliament - 1996, 1999 2004, 2009.
International observer: presidential elections in Azerbaijan - 2008, 2012 - parliament of Ukraine, 2013 - Armenia (presidential), Azerbaijan (presidential), 2014 - Ukraine (parliamentary).
Dr. Vladimir Mesamed (Israel)
David Petrosyan (Armenia)
Dr. Dmitry Radyshevsky (USA, Israel)
Director of the Jerusalem Summit, director of programs at the American Center for Democracy, political analyst, journalist, writer.
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2004-Ukraine (presidential), 2005-Kyrgizstan (parliamentary), 2005-Azerbaijan (parliamentary), 2005-Kazakhstan (presidential), 2006,2007 - Ukraine (parliamentary).
Tatjana Reznik (Germany)
Co-chairmen of the Central European Group of Political Monitoring, sociologist, political analyst.
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2006,2007-Ukraine (parliamentary), 2008 - Georgia (presidential), 2010 - Ukraine (presidential), 2012 - Armenia (parliamentary), Ukraine (parliamenty), 2013 - Azerbaijan (presidential)
Emil Sleymovich (Israel)
The journalist of telechannel RTVI and radio "The National Wave - Chicago", is published in the Israeli and foreign press.
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2004,2010-Ukraine (presidential), 2012 - Ukraine (parliamentary).
Prof. John Swails (USA)
Middle East expert, teaches at Oral Roberts University (USA)
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2004-Ukraine (presidential), 2004-USA (presidential), 2005-Kazakhstan (presidential), 2012 - Armenia (parliamentary), Ukraine (parliamentary), 2013 - Armenia (presidential).
Dr. Alexander Tsinker (Israel)
President of the ICES, director of "East European States & C.I.S. Institute", member of the Knesset 1999-2003, system analyst, political scientist.
Monitoring of elections (international observer): 2001-Belarus (presidential), 2004,2010-Ukraine (presidential), 2005-Kazakhstan (presidential), 2006,2007,2012 - Ukraine (parliamentary), 2007,2015,2016 - Uzbekistan (presidential), 2008 - Georgia (presidential), 2009,2014 - Uzbekistan (parliamentary), 2012 - Armenia (parliamentary), 2013 - Armenia (presidential), 2014 - Ukraine (parliamentary), 2016 - Kazakhstan (parliamentary).
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