"Good electoral practice suggests that the right to bring forward such challenges [appeals of election results] should be granted to all candidates and voters in the respective constituency, although a reasonable quorum may be imposed for appeals against election results filed by voters."
DocumentOSCE (ODIHR): Handbook for the Observation of Election Dispute Resolution, p. 55
- The rules should provide a mechanism for challenging and for invalidating all or part of the election results.
- States must ensure that, in regard to human rights violations, individuals, groups of individuals, and non-governmental organizations have standing before judicial bodies.
- Electors and candidates may both be given standing in appeals of election results.