OSCE/ODIHR releases report on Estonian elections

The OSCE/ODIHR released their report on the recent Estonian parliamentary elections, including their evaluation of the Estonian Internet voting system, and how it was integrated into the rest of the Estonian election administration process. The report is available from this link. I’ve not had a chance to read their report thoroughly yet, but hopefully will get a chance soon to write my reflections on their mission and evaluation methodology. The evaluation methodology here will be of particular interest, as the Internet voting mode posed some interest new dilemmas for the international election monitoring team: observing an Internet election is not the same as observing traditional balloting, and it will be interesting to see what methods the OSCE/ODIHR team used to evaluate the Estonian evoting process and technology