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12.

Do the party rules or constitution make any specifications in respect of the representation of women in the process of selecting candidates for local elections?

13.

What percentage of the party’s seats in the national legislature were held by women after the last election?

14.

What percentage of the party’s seats in local councils were held by women after the last local elections?

15.

Does the party take any specific actions to encourage women to stand for election? (e.g. training or other support)

16.

17.

Did the party have policies in the last electoral manifesto on: - violence against women and girls - women’s representation - anti-discrimination - sexual and reproductive rights - work–life balance - women’s participation in labour market - women’s health - access to education Were there any women speaking on behalf of the party in the media during the last national election?

Yes If yes, please specify

Yes If yes, please specify

No

8 // EXAMPLES66 1.

Attitudes Source:

Please list

2.

Trends Source:

Please list

3.

Tendencies Source:

Please list

No

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

No No No No No No No

Yes Yes

No No

Yes Please specify

No

7 // SELF-NOMINATED AND/OR INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES

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1.

Right to stand

2.

Conditions Reference to the legal framework:

Yes

No

Please list and add as appropriate 1. 2. 3. 4.

Women’s political representation in the Eastern Partnership countries

66 - Limited to the last three years, and extracted from various public opinion surveys such as European Value Survey, World Values Survey, Caucasus Barometer, gender barometers, national barometers, etc.

Appendix 1

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Women's Political Representation in the Eastern Partnership Countries  

Council of Europe regional study. Published 15 December 2016.

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