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Association of European Election Officials (ACEEEO)

Address: Vas u. 6. 1/7/A, H-1088 Budapest, Hungary
Phone/Fax: 00 36 1 786 8298
E-mail: aceeeo@aceeeo.org
Website: www.aceeeo.org
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ACEEEO News

25 years is a long period in a human life but even longer in a life of an organisation. We are pleased to celebrate our 25 year anniversary in 2016.

We would like to invite the members, partners and friends of ACEEEO to send their greetings to the Association and to present not only their memories and past stories but also about their hopes and wishes for the next 25 years.

Please share with us a story, your wishes or just a few lines about what ACEEEO means to you! Send it to... Read more

14-15 April, Bucharest, Romania

Our member, the Permanent Electoral Authority of Romania in cooperation with our partner, the European Commission for Democracy Through Law (Venice Commission organised the 13th European Conference of Electoral Management Bodies on 14-15 April 2016 in Bucharest, Romania. The topic was ‘New Technologies in Elections: Public Trust and Challenges’. The ACEEEO Secretariat was represented by Zsolt Szolnoki, Secretary General. From our members, the EMBs of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia,... Read more

12-13 April 2016, Bucharest, Romania

The 1st Electoral Expert Debates, devoted to ‘Electoral Law and New Technologies: Legal Challenges’ took place on 12-13 April 2016 in the Amphitheatre of the Central University Library of Bucharest. The event was organised by the Venice Commission in co-operation with the Permanent Electoral Authority of Romania (PEA).
The Scientific Conference aimed to highlight the types of technologies that can be used in elections, the electoral processes’ stages where their use is beneficial and the risks the... Read more

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