CEC: the fate of the elections is in the hands of women
Deputy Chairman of the CEC Zhanna Usenko-Chorna says that throughout the campaign all "extra streets, extra houses, phantom units which helped to manipulate quantitative characteristics of the electorate" have been removed. She stated that at a press conference, reported UBR.
In addition, the Deputy Chairman of the Central Election Commission said that "the outcome of the election is now in the hands of female members of district election commissions, scince there are more of them than male members." So Usenko-Chorna urged election officials to be motivated by notions of decency and conscience during the counting of votes and compilation of protocols.
18 July 2017 14:40