The CEC will track the data entry delays for the election, said Pamfilova

© RIA Novosti / Kirill to Kallinikova in fotobank information center of the Central election Commission of the Russian Federation in a single voting day. September 9, 2018The CEC will track the data entry delays for the election, said Pamfilova© RIA Novosti / Kirill to Kallinikova the image Bank

The Central election Commission will monitor any attempt of data entry delays at the territorial election commissions and, if necessary, take appropriate action, said the CEC Chairman, Ella Pamfilova.

«Today, in some regions, then you just have to consider will be several combined elections.. there are three (Bulletin), and even more sometimes. Of course, it should be considered, this increases the load on the members of precinct and territorial election commissions. However, we will track any input lag data gas «Elections» and placement on the Internet of the protocols of precinct election commissions. We are ready if necessary to take appropriate action and will accept them», — Pamfilova said at the CEC session on Sunday.

She also noted that there is election Commission-the foremost, who quickly enter data, and there are Laggards.

This year in the single voting day September 9, held direct elections of heads 22 regions of Russia, deputies of legislative bodies of the 16 subjects of the Russian Federation, as well as numerous campaigns for elections to the local authorities. Only a single day of voting this year was appointed about 5 thousand of election campaigns of different levels. Elect the heads of the four capitals of subjects of the Russian Federation — Yakutsk, Abakan, Khabarovsk and Tomsk. Also receive additional state Duma elections in seven single-member districts in six regions, since the relevant parliamentary seats became vacant earlier.

Read more about a single day of voting in Russia read in an online report by RIA Novosti >>

The CEC will track the data entry delays for the election, said Pamfilova© Infografiken voting day in Russia

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