Security personnel played a positive role during the electoral process, providing protection for voters, candidates, and electoral management body personnel without interfering in the process
- Everyone has the right to security of the person without arbitrary arrest or detention.
- Law enforcement should behave in a neutral manner.
- Voters have a right to security provided by police and security forces in polling stations, but without interference from them.
- Counting should take place in an atmosphere free from intimidation.
- Any security-related restrictions of freedoms and the use of force by public security providers must be based in law, necessary, and proportionate to the objective of maintaining public order.
- Malfeasance, unlawful actions or omissions by public security providers should be promptly investigated and entail appropriate liability set by law.