Overview The information and communications operations of the Centre for Monitoring Election Violence (CMEV) for the Parliamentary Election held on 17 August 2015 was anchored to the foundations laid for the Presidential Election in January this year. Operational security from an information and communications perspective was radically different to the context in January. As subsequent reports have shown, the intelligence ...

Download this communique as a PDF here. ### 17 August 2015: CMEV deployed a total of approximately 4000 monitors in the field, in polling stations and in mobile teams in the 2015 General Election. In addition, CMEV deployed 75 mobile teams, 21 international observers and 90 observers in counting centers. On the day of polling, 316 incidents with 109 Major Incidents ...

Parliamentary General Election 2015: Election Day Communique 2 Download a PDF of this communique here. ### Whilst there have been reports of violence and malpractice, polling in this General Election has been largely peaceful and without hindrance.  The Police in particular have been vigilant in protecting the integrity of the electoral process and have arrested 50 individuals for violations of election law. The graphic below illustrates the comparison ...

CMEV received the following from Ms Nimalka Fernando and Mr Sudharshana Gunawardene respectively, in response to the CMEV report of 7th August 2015. CMEV publishes them below: The following is from Ms Nimalka Fernando It is regrettable to note that a complaint has been logged in your website with my name as Executive of INFORM (including Sudarshana’s) as violating election laws. ...

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