Article 55(4-6). Mobile voting boxes. This practice from the Soviet era is not followed in established democracies where allegations of fraud or political pressure are far rarer than in the Commonwealth of Independent States. The objections are that it removes the act of voting from full scrutiny of the election commissions’ members; it opens up the opportunity for impersonation of the elector and/or intimidation; and it also takes officials away from their duty at the polling station. The reference at the end of Paragraph 5 must be to Paragraph 6.
Votes’ counting, aggregation and publication of results
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