"The law should not permit the accuracy of the voter register to be challenged right up to the eve of an election. This would ensure that electoral bodies and the judiciary are not diverted from urgent complaints and appeals related to voting and counting process and drawn into resolving disputes that could have been addressed earlier."
DocumentOSCE (ODIHR): Resolving Election Disputes in the OSCE Area: Towards a Standard Election Dispute Monitoring System, para. II.E.26
- The timeline for filing complaints arising from the voter registration period may be limited directly before the election to allow for the finalization of voter registers.
- Remedy procedures should be clearly stated in law and pursuit of these procedures should be allowed within a reasonable limit of time.