The OSCE mission to observe the Romanian November 22 elections considers that the electoral process respected, in general, international standards. However, there were some problems in the special voting sections, OSCE chief of mission Vadim Jdanovici said. The interim report of the mission criticizes the modification of the electoral law a little before the elections.

The mission, lead by Jdanovici was composed of 11 international experts coming from nine OSCE member states. Another 14 long term observers were sent in regional centers across the country.

On Sunday, Romanian parties accused each other of electoral frauds in certain voting sections. Romania's Interior ministry registered over 1,300 electoral incidents and 106 frauds.