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Adult Muscovites with a full mos.ru account are eligible to vote.

In the capital, the verification of the electronic voting system, which will be used in the elections from 17 to 19 September 2021, continues. Almost 130 thousand people have already taken part in the voting, no failures have been recorded.

Test voting started on July 29. Users are invited to answer two questions regarding the mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 for representatives of socially significant professions (provided that employees do not have a medical outlet), as well as the priority of developing personal or public transport in the city.

In addition, participants can try out the deferred decision feature. It allows voters to re-download their ballot if the user’s computer breaks down, the electricity is turned off, or the Internet stops working during the voting.

Information about the course of voting and its technical parameters is broadcast on information screens at the public headquarters for election observation in Moscow. The voting is monitored by technical specialists, representatives of the public headquarters and public organizations. Developers also monitor how the system is performing and test new features.

All adult Muscovites with a full mos.ru account can join the test voting. To do this, you need to log in to your personal account and go link… Testing will end today at 20:00.

In the future, the electronic voting system will be used in the elections of deputies of the State Duma, Moscow City Duma and municipal deputies of the Shchukino district, which will be held from 17 to 19 September. Adult Muscovites with a full mos.ru account and active suffrage will be able to vote online. You will also need to pre-register. It will open at 00:01 on August 2 and will be available until 23:59 on September 13 link

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