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"Civil Control" in Bashkortostan reported on appeals number and their checks


UFA, 18 September 2016. /Bashinform News Agency, Gulfiya Akulova/.

In Bashkortostan there are 15 confirmed complaints about violations at the ongoing elections. The total number of incoming requests is much more, the head of "Civil Control" public organization Valery Abbasov informed. Appeals are received mainly from the observers, as well as from the parties.

For example, it is reported that the polling stations No. 361, 366, 373, 378, 398, 418, 419, 358 refused to provide information; people continue to insist on getting it. "Our experts are investigating into this subject so that the statutory rights of citizens are not violated, and the information that can be given will be given. It is also indicated that the webcam is disabled at the polling station No.25 in Ufa due to technical reasons. The failure will be remedied as far as possible. In Tuymazy representatives recorded many violations, at the moment the experts are engaged in checking them. In Zilair District a certain group of people called themselves lawyers require the information.  They violate law and order by themselves", Valery Abbasov reported.

The Head of the "Civil Control" gave comments on the appeals on violations made by the "Yabloko" party. "As far the appeals that were announced here, the experts have not established anything. The problem is that when we speak about some violations, they must be confirmed and specified. If something is confirmed, we will report back", Valery Abbasov marked.

Valery Abbasov informed that by 12.00 in Ufa there were polling stations where from 11 to 39 percent of voters had already voted.

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