DMITROV /Moscow region/, June 27. /TASS/. First proposed by Moscow residents space to create for the election of the mayor of the capital of country polling stations on the territory of the Dmitrov district of Moscow region passed the test of the members of the working group at the Moscow city election Commission on education of such sites. This was announced to journalists on Wednesday its leader, the speaker of the Moscow city Duma Alexey Shaposhnikov.
Members of the working group on 27 June held a meeting in the Dmitrov district, which was also attended by representatives of non-profit associations (SNT) and the district administration. They visited the proposed residents of the capital city locations to suburban areas.
“Many of the proposed points for polling stations in the Dmitrov district of Moscow region fully meet the criteria previously approved by our working group. We are talking about stepper and transport accessibility to the site, about the most well-known for residents of SNT areas: building Board of SNT, a shop, a house of culture, railway station. In addition, the number of Muscovites in the radius of 1-2 km maximum,” said Shaposhnikov.
Earlier it was reported that the Moscow city Duma deputies adopted the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin a draft law on the possibility of establishing polling stations outside the capital. Moscow authorities are planning to organize suburban areas to transport hubs and major non-profit associations, because, as explained by the initiative of the mayor, elections will be held in the summer time.
According to the Chairman of Mothersurname Valentin Gorbunov, such sections can appear in six adjacent to the capital regions: Moscow, Kaluga, Tver, Tula, Vladimir and Yaroslavl regions. Representatives of the regions, in turn, said she was ready to help Moscow with the elections in their territory.
To determine where will be located in suburban areas, from June 18 on the portal of the mayor and government of Moscow mos.ru has a section for input of residents of the capital. For these purposes, the Moscow election Committee has opened a hotline. In addition, their suggestions can be provide to the staff of the multipurpose centers. Elections of the mayor of Moscow will be held September 9, in a single day of voting.