IPCC: Rotation of members of the electoral Commission will not affect the work

Clarify that a possible rotation of staff will not affect the municipal election commissions gave the journalists the Deputy Chairman of the IPCC Dmitry Reut. So he commented on information about the petition calling for the election Commission members not to work on the national ballot.

As explained by Dmitry Reut, any statement of refusal to work of Commission members has not been received. However, if any statement will do, no extraordinary situation will not arise.

“the Rotation of members of electoral commissions — it is quite familiar and routine. Each member of the Commission shall be entitled to write a statement and out of the lineup. In this case, the person will be immediately replaced by others from a reserve of PECs,” explained Reut.

As said the Deputy head of the IPCC, the electoral Commission have sufficient reserves, in addition, each PEC is composed of 15 members with the right to vote, so even if a few people don’t come to work, the Commission will continue.

“Our common task is to enforce the law and provide citizens the opportunity to exercise their rights,” — said Dmitry Reut, stressing that those wishing to work in the voting in Moscow is sufficient.

Recall from 25 to 30 July, Muscovites will be able to vote on the amendments to the Constitution. Application for participation in the electronic voting can be submitted now. Such a possibility for citizens over the age of 18 persists until 14:00 on 21 June. If a person does not have time to do it until a specified time or want to personally drop the ballot in the ballot box to come to the polling site on 1 July. To know his land at the place of permanent registration online or by calling by phone: +7 (800) 222-55-52.

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