Potential voters were able to vote without intimidation or coercion
- Everyone has the right to security of the person without arbitrary arrest or detention.
- Interference with registration, intimidation or coercion of potential voters is prohibited.
- Voters are free to vote for any candidate for election, for or against any referendum or proposal, for or against the government, without undue influence or coercion of any kind which may distort or inhibit free expression.
- States should ensure that violence, including online, does not undermine women's rights, including political participation and representation.