CEC Vice-President Bulaev: There will be no problems with the integration of new issues into the electoral system
Petersburg, October 7 – RIA Novosti. There will be no problems with the integration of the new constituent entities of the Russian Federation into the Russian electoral system, work is already underway, there are all technological possibilities, Nikolai Bulaev, Deputy Chairman of the Central Election Commission of Russia, told RIA Novosti.
“I don’t think there will be major problems in integrating the electoral systems of the four new constituent entities of the Russian Federation into the Russian Federation electoral commissions system, I don’t see any problems. We are currently working on it. There is an understanding of what should be adopted and when, a training for commissioners at all levels. We have been interacting for more than a day, so we know which is which. Bulaev said at the International Scientific and Practical Conference dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Covenant on Democratic elections, electoral rights and freedoms in the member states of the Independent Commonwealth of Nations After the talk, what can our colleagues do? States.
MSK emphasized that it analyzes everything related to the technological and technical equipment of new organizations.
“It allows us to integrate into the system, the GAZ “Vybory” system, I hope it will not be too difficult,” said the vice-president of MSK. said.
According to him, in the process of integration into new regions, it will be possible to introduce a remote electronic voting system, as well as the “Mobile voter” mechanism.
On September 30, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke in the Kremlin after the results of the referendums in the DPR, LPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, and then signed agreements with their heads on the admission of the regions to Russia. Putin signed federal laws on Wednesday confirming the admission of these territories to the Russian Federation. With the participation of the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, the population of Russia increased from 145 million to 153-158 million people, depending on the relevance of statistics.