Secretary OP the Russian Federation called 70% of the violations marked on the map “Voice”, false
In particular, “Voice” was considered a violation of the work of members of election commissions to inform citizens about the election.
MOSCOW, February 27. /TASS/. About 70% of cases, which are marked on the map of the movement “Voice” as the violations are not. About it has told on a press-conferences the Secretary of the Public chamber (OP) of the Russian Federation Valery Fadeyev.
“We have analyzed this map violations. Approximately 70% of those cases, which are indicated on this map are not violations, in our opinion,” he said.
Fadeev gave the example of the work of members of election commissions inform citizens about the upcoming election, which is counted as the “Voice” as a violation. “It’s their job. They have to make clear to voters the election date, where the nearest polling station, what to do if the person on election day will not be at the place of residence”, — said the Secretary OP.
He recalled that, according to the “Voice” in the elections of municipal deputies in 2017 were “poorly organized work on informing of inhabitants of Moscow”. “It was a serious remark. Now it seems the Commission has considered it and trying to inform citizens about the upcoming elections, but it is also now considered a violation,” said Fadeev.
Last year, Federal legislation was amended to allow subdivision of the Russian Federation and regional chambers to send observers to the presidential elections. In particular, the OP of the Russian Federation may appoint an observer at any precinct or territorial Commission of the country, and the regional chamber any Commission on the territory of the corresponding subject. The decision on the appointment is the Council chamber or her head.
Presidential elections held in Russia on March 18.
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