MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
14 September 2021, 12:45
Among them are both unique applications and re-submitted applications. Now all of them are subject to mandatory verification – everyone registered for online voting will be able to cast their vote only once.
Muscovites have submitted over 2.3 million applications for participation in electronic voting in elections to the State Duma, Moscow City Duma and the Council of Deputies of the Shchukino district. Muscovites could apply to vote online using the mos.ru portal and portal of public services… The final counting and verification of the submitted applications is now underway.
All submitted applications are thoroughly checked by the CEC of Russia and other departmental organizations. This is necessary in order to compare the data specified in the application with the voter register and confirm that the user has the right to vote. Muscovites will be able to find out about all changes in the status of their application from notifications in their personal account on mos.ru, via SMS and e-mail.
On the eve of voting, citizens will also receive a final message on whether they can vote online. This information will be sent via SMS and e-mail, and will also be displayed in your personal account on mos.ru. Muscovites who will participate in elections online will be excluded from the register of voters at polling stations. They will not be given a paper ballot.
You can vote online at any time from 08:00 on September 17 to 20:00 on September 19. To do this, you need to log in to personal account on mos.ru, go to a special section of the portal, dedicated to electronic voting, and click on the “Vote” button. You can also use service catalogor click on the banner on the mos.ru main page.
To download the newsletter, you will need to enter the confirmation code from the SMS. To do this, you need to click on the “Request a confirmation code” button on the confirmation page. Then you can vote.
If for some reason it was not possible to register for online voting, there is an opportunity to vote in the usual way at a polling station.
Online voting participants will be able to win prizes… To join the draw, you must vote electronically. Among the prizes – a one-room apartment in Moscow, a car or 10 thousand, 25 thousand, 50 thousand and 100 thousand prize points. They can be spent on charity, visiting cafes and restaurants, as well as buying things, furniture, food or medicine. One point is equal to one ruble.
Electronic voting will take place from 17 to 19 September. Muscovites will elect deputies of the State Duma, Moscow City Duma in two districts (No. 19 – Novogireevo district, part of Veshnyaki and Ivanovskoye districts, No. 37 – Akademichesky, Gagarinsky, Lomonosovsky districts, part of Vernadsky Prospekt district), as well as municipal deputies in Shchukin.
Electronic voting will allow those who not in Moscow on election days… For example, polar explorer Anton Ivanov will be able to vote from Antarctica, oilman Daria Portnova from Khanty-Mansiysk, and engineer Alexander Sherstobitov from an icebreaker in the Barents Sea. Among the applicants is also cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky, who is now at the International Space Station.
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