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Vice-Chairman of the Moscow Public Chamber, Head of the Public Chamber Central Election Observation Alexei Venediktov said that the system of remote electronic voting in the capital will be specified “ in terms of openness and transparency“, but himself opposed the abolition of the results of online voting in the last election.
In his blog, the editor-in-chief of Echo of Moscow said that the capital shows “ unprecedented experience in participating in professional discussions“ results of everyone, especially those who are critical. According to him, the audit team did not find traces of hackers and other violations in DEG.
“In my opinion, the votes of two million Muscovites are counted correctly,” Venediktov remarked, “and they must be taken into account.”