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International Peace Cooperation Assignment in El Salvador

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El Salvador

Capital:San Salvador

Election Observers

Voting takes places with observers watching(img)

Voting takes places with
observers watching

Japan dispatched 15 election observers - 3 national government officials, 1 local government official, and 11 individuals from the private sector - to the UN Observer Mission in El Salvador ( ONUSAL ) to observe presidential, legislative, and local elections held on March 20 and April 24, 1994.

The Japanese observers were paired with observers from other countries. They monitored the preparation of polling stations, the electoral process, ballot collection, and ballot counting according to a checklist prepared by ONUSAL .


Outline of UNUSAL

Deployment of Election Observers

Distribution of Electoral
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