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Elections in Russia can be held by mail

Elections in Russia can be held by mail
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The State Duma adopted a law on the possibility of voting by mail, as well as by remote electronic voting. This applies to elections to public authorities, local authorities and referenda.

This was reported by the press service of the State Duma. The Central Election Commission will establish the cases and procedure for remote voting. The law also provides for the voter to write out his last name, first name and patronymic when filling out a subscription list.

In addition, an amendment has been made that allows the elections of the heads of the constituent entities, which are selected by the deputies, to be postponed if a high alert or emergency mode is introduced in the region.

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