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Monday, October 24, 2016

The Chechen election Commission refused to surveillance cameras in the Duma elections

In Chechnya you won’t be installing surveillance cameras at polling stations during voting in the elections to the state Duma on 18 September. This decision was made by the Chechen election Commission after a meeting with participants of the election campaign.

Chairman of the electoral Commission of Chechnya Umar Baikhanov told TASS that the region is sufficiently developed, the Institute of observers, therefore, decided to abandon the unnecessary spending on the installation of cameras. According to him, political parties and candidates agreed to send observers to almost all precinct election commissions.


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