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Caucasian Knot: Chechnya Forms 437 Precinct Electoral Commissions

posted by FerrasB on September, 2008 as CHECHNYA

From: MSN NicknameEagle_wng  (Original Message)    Sent: 9/23/2008 11:22 AM

Chechnya forms 437 precinct electoral commissions

The Chechen Republic has finalized formation of Precinct Electoral Commissions (PECs). The overwhelming majority of PEC members are the persons who had worked for all the recent elections held in the territory of the Republic.

The "Caucasian Knot" correspondent was told at the Republic's Electoral Commission of Chechnya that the total number of local commissions will be 437. They include 3379 members in total. The overwhelming majority of them - 2880 persons had worked in electoral commissions since 2000.

Formation of local electoral commissions was done by a mixed principle. Some members are representatives of public organizations, some were recommended by political parties, and there are also people nominated by local population. About one third of the members are representatives of youth organizations and just young people.

According to the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) of Chechnya, the precinct electoral commissions will start their work on September 22. Their basic mission is to draw up the voters' lists, issue, if necessary, the so-called absentee ballots (made by the CEC in the number of five thousand pieces), and run the explanatory work among the population.

The official agitation electoral campaign for presidential elections started in Chechnya on September 12.

See earlier reports: "Seven parties found eligible for parliamentary elections in Chechnya", "Chechnya's parliament to become unicameral", "No foreign observers to watch elections in Chechnya and Ingushetia".

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