Audits of the voter list which claimed that up to 1 million people could lose their right to vote in the July 28 national election were attributed to an “unavoidable margin of error” due to many citizens not having national identity cards or a permanent address, the European Union (E.U.) opined in a draft memo obtained Monday. The draft memo, which was compiled to brief E.U. experts currently in the country to monitor the pre- and post-election climate, also stated that the voter list audits—conducted by the Washington-based National Democratic Institute (NDI) and the Committee for Free and Fair Elections
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