In six regions, except for Moscow, 35-50% of registered voters took part in remote electronic voting. Ella Pamfilova, chairman of the Central Election Commission, announced this.
“The scale is mainly on electronic voting in Moscow. In all the other six regions, the proportion of people who chose remote electronic voting is smaller, it is from 5% to 9%,” Pamfilova said at the CEC information center.
About two million voters signed up for remote electronic voting in the capital, and about 600 thousand in the remaining six regions. “But of those people who chose remote electronic voting, in Murmansk, about 46% have already voted in the federal and single-mandate districts, in Kursk – about 43-43%, Nizhny Novgorod – a little more than 35%, in Rostov – a little more than 46%. to the federal district, 38% for single-mandate, in Yaroslavl almost half voted, and in Sevastopol it is close to 35%, “the head of the Central Election Commission noted.
In her opinion, it is important to work out all the mechanisms, since the leading IT specialists are involved in the CEC technical commission.
“There is also a public commission to monitor the process, because it is not so visual, compared to the reality, where I came, I dropped the ballot – here you need to be qualified to understand exactly what is happening, that the reliability and secrecy of the vote is precisely ensured so that you can to translate from a technical language into an ordinary one “, – explained Ella Pamfilova.
In addition to Moscow, remote electronic voting is carried out in Sevastopol, Nizhny Novgorod, Yaroslavl, Kursk, Murmansk and Rostov regions.