The CEC head Vladimir Churov in December said that practice will be compiled by Russian and international observers at elections in Russia in previous years to compile a list of issues.
MOSCOW, 20 Jan. The Central electoral Committee of Russia has directed to the Kremlin administration their suggestions about the practice of election observers in Russia, told journalists on Wednesday the Deputy head of the CEC Leonid Ivlev.
The head of the Commission Vladimir Churov in mid-December stated that the EC will summarize the practices of Russian and international observers at elections in Russia in previous years to compile a list of the problems and to make appropriate proposals. This work began after the President ordered the Kremlin administration and the CEC jointly review the implementation of the Russians the right to observe elections.
“Proposals were submitted to the presidential administration,” — said Ivlev told reporters on Wednesday.
The next major election — the Duma — will be held in September.