MOSCOW, September 1. /TASS/. The Central election Commission of Russia on September 4-5, will hold a seminar devoted to observation of elections, for the party members. This was reported on Friday the press-service of the Ministry.
“The goal of the workshop was to provide necessary methodological and Advisory assistance on preparation of observers on elections”, — said in a release.
According to the press service, September 4, will address the participants of the Chairman of the CEC Nikolai Bulaev and Secretary of the Commission of Maya Grishin, who will speak about the legal framework of supervision and a new mechanism of inclusion in the list of voters at the location. On 5 September, the CEC Chairman, Ella Pamfilova will be awarded the participants certificates of training completion.
Earlier, the CEC has repeatedly urged the parties to take an active part in monitoring the elections on 10 September and promised to assist in this.
A total of 10 during a 5.8 thousand of election campaigns of regional and municipal levels will be replaced in the order of 36.7 per thousand mandates. Additionally, there will be 230 referenda at the local level. Only participate in elections 42 parties and six other public associations. Direct elections of heads of subjects this year are held in 16 regions of Buryatia, Mari El, Karelia, Mordovia, Udmurtia, Perm Krai, Belgorod, Kaliningrad, Kirov, Novgorod, Ryazan, Saratov, Sverdlovsk, Tomsk and Yaroslavl oblasts, and Sevastopol, which is the first ever direct elections of the city head.
Elections of deputies of legislative Assembly will be held in six regions: North Ossetia, Udmurtia, Krasnodar, Penza, Saratov and Sakhalin regions. There will also be many local elections. For example, in Moscow the elections of the councils of deputies of the 125 districts — all the districts of old Moscow, in addition to the Shchukin, and in the city district of Troitsk in the New Moscow. In addition to that, there will be additional elections to the state Duma in the Kingisepp and Bryansk single-mandate constituencies.