06 December 2011, Tuesday, 21:42
author: Eugene Rakhimkulov
The elections of State Duma deputies on the territory of Bashkiria are admitted valid. Such decision was made at the last gathering of the central election commission RB, devoted to the elections' sizing up.
The deputy chairman of the central election commission RB Naila Altynova reports the grounds, on the base of which the elections might have been admitted invalid, are absent.
Naila Altynova has also told about the complaints about violations in the course of the elections, incoming on December 4 and 5.
In a whole 56 such messages have been registered by the central election commission and the majority of these messages came from the political parties: 31 – from the Communist party, 6 – from “Fair Russia” and one message from LDPR, “Apple” and “United Russia”.
The overwhelming majority of the complaints concerned with the violation of the order of the elections – 15. Five complaints were about the violations during calculation of votes. Three complaints were concerned with the pre-election agitation.
According to the deputy chairman of the commission special attention was paid to so-called “throw-in” of the ballots but during the next check-up none of such violations were found out.