has begun its deployment to various regions of Peru, EUEOM Deputy Chief Observer Manuel Sanchez de Nogues reported on Monday.
"The long-term observation is comprehensive, independent, and without interference in the electoral process," he told Canal N.
The official explained that the work will not only focus on the voting day but also includes the campaigns, the work of the electoral system institutions, and the calculation of results, as well as of possible appeals.
In addition to the 50 long-term observers, there is a central team with nine analysts in the country.
Prior to the vote, they will be reinforced with a delegation from the European Parliament
and observers recruited from embassies of the EU member countries with presence in Peru.