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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

CEC: Bulk “sat in a puddle” statements about the loophole to re-vote

The CEC head Ella Pamfilova on Tuesday during an interview on radio “Echo of Moscow” has commented on the message of opposition leader Alexei Navalny that one of the officers of his staff allegedly managed to issue three statements to vote at the place of stay. Thus, Navalny was trying to prove that one person can vote in the elections of the President of Russia several times.

“Alexei Navalny every day something brings out, sometimes I’ll FIB anything,” – said Pamfilova it, adding that today, apparently he “got in a big puddle.”

She noted that he had discussed this statement with Bulk observers and all laughed at him because it is “complete nonsense”.

People can apply for attachment to another area many times. The ticket, which he received, it clearly says that the system takes the gas “Vybory” and only processes the first statement,” Pamfilova explained why one person can’t vote multiple times at the place of stay.

According to TASS, the applications for voting at the place of stay in any of the territorial or precinct election Commission, and also in the MFC and on the portal of public services on the eve ended. Today this statement can only be submitted to the precinct election Commission at the place of registration. Thus the voter on such application will be given a special stamp of which is March 18 at the precinct where he will vote, will be separated and put in the voter list next to his name. Thus, this person can’t vote again.

The Bulk Business. Chronicle of events

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