Is it right for us to interfere in the democratic processes of other countries?

That's not what we're trying to do. Remember that when you take part in a Global Vote, you're not thinking about what each candidate may or may not do for their own population, or evaluating their domestic political agenda: those are matters purely for the citizens of that country. As a Global Voter, you're simply looking at their answers to the Two Key Questions we always try to ask them:

1. If you are elected, what will you do for the rest of us, around the world?

2. What is your vision for your country's role in the world?

If we can't obtain an official response to these questions, we will always do our best to help you form an accurate impression of the candidate's views on these matters by impartially citing their previously published statements and other writing, their interviews, and where appropriate, their past performance.