The recount in the state of Michigan is scheduled for Monday

Пересчет голосов в штате Мичиган запланирован на понедельник

The recount of votes in the US presidential election in Michigan could begin Monday afternoon, reports the associated Press.

According to the Agency, according to the decision of a Federal judge in Detroit Mark goldsmith, a recount could begin on Monday at 12.00 local time (20.00 MSK). Just before the deadline on December 13, electoral Commission staff staff will manually review the 4.8 million ballots.

According to local newspaper the Detroit Free Press, the judge also ruled that the state must “raise the necessary employees to work the appropriate number of hours”. According to the decision of goldsmith, after the “recount must continue until further order of the court.”

On Friday it was reported that the advocates and supporters of the elected President of the USA of Donald trump have filed lawsuits against a recount in the States of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. In Michigan the recount challenged the attorney General, Republican bill Shuett, filed on Friday an appeal to the state Supreme court.

Michigan, along with Wisconsin and Pennsylvania is one of three States where the candidate’s supporters green Jill Stein demanded a recount. Representatives of the democratic candidate Hillary Clinton joined them.

In Michigan, the dispute concerns not only recount, but also how it needs to happen manually, as advocated by Stein, or with the help of machines to count votes that, in the opinion of the Secretary of state, will reduce the time and financial costs. According to media reports, the recount won’t start until Tuesday, 6 December.

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