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Vladimir Putin met Central Election Commission chief in his residence outside Moscow on Tuesday
Russian President Vladimir Putin met Central Election Commission (CEC) chief Vladimir Churov in his residence outside Moscow on Tuesday, the Kremlin’s press service said. Churov told the president that the CEC had finished the preparation of documents for December’s elections to the State Duma lower house of parliament and the presidential elections that will be held in next year’s March. “Sixty-four out of 65 elections commissions have been formed. We are going to begin training sessions in August. We shall begin with organizing a model polling station that will be set up at the CEC. Then we shall check the operation of the state automated system Vybory and will hold a conference with chairmen of election commissions at the end of the month,” Churov said. He stressed that there were no problems with the funding of the preparatory work. The CEC has finished the adoption of a package of documents that are necessary for the forthcoming parliamentary and presidential elections – various instructions and circulars that are called to ensure the election process. In particular, the CEC has approved a form of the bulletin. A total 64 documents have been approved. The rapid work of the CEC will help participants in the elections prepare for the vote, Churov said. He explained that 34 other documents were to be adopted after the start of the State Duma election campaign. One of the documents approved by the CEC is called to facilitate the election campaigns of candidates. It is a “manual” for the right filling of forms. Self-nominated candidates are to file at the CEC 19 documents and nominees of parties 21 papers. Eight other documents are to be submitted for official registration for the elections, including signature lists. Quitting the election campaign requires only three papers. The Central Election Commission also approved a document that regulates the relations of the mass media, candidates and political parties during the election campaign. It lays down mutual rights and responsibilities. Churov stressed that the document is “only a recommendation, and the practice can make its adjustments”.
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