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Voting on constitutional amendments began in Chukotka

Voting on constitutional amendments began in Chukotka
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All polling stations opened in Chukotka to vote on constitutional amendments. Voters will be accepted until 20:00, and you can leave a request for a home-based vote through the MFC or the State Services website.

According to the press service of the government of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, the security measures proposed by the Rospotrebnadzor will be followed at all polling stations. According to the chairman of the regional election commission Oksana Talyzina, the six days allotted for voting are allotted specifically to prevent mass crowding. In addition to polling stations and home-based voting, it is planned to deploy special points in the local area.

Also, for security reasons, each voter will receive a separate pen, masks and gloves. At each site, it is possible to treat the hands with a disinfectant, measure the temperature. If the voter has a high fever, he will vote under medical supervision. All members of the election commission will be tested for coronavirus. Observers will also follow all safety precautions; they will work at polling stations for all seven days while the voting is going on.


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