Observers in Brest: "In fact, there was no counting of votes"

April 22, 2016 19:33

According to observers in Brest, the procedure of vote counting is the key issue that did not allow them to consider the elections open and transparent.

During the early voting, many observers asked election commissions to make sure that the counting of votes could be transparent. However, there were no positive responses from the election officials. For example, Alena Shabunia, head of precinct election commission No. 2 in Brest, considered it inappropriate to consider the proposal at a meeting of the election commission, citing the fact that such meetings could only hear appeals against decisions of the commission.

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