107.1. The documents provided for in Article 106.7 of this Code shall be submitted to the Chairman of the Constituency Election Commission. instructed by the Chairman of the Constituency Election Commission, a member (or members) of the Commission shall check for the compliance of the submitted documents with requirements of Article 106.7 of this Code, as well as for the presence of inconsistencies in voting results. Voting results shall then be entered in the final list of voting results for the Constituency. A receipt, signed and stamped by the Chairman of the Constituency Election Commission, confirming the acceptance of documents of the Precinct Election Commission, shall be given to the Chairman of the Precinct Election Commission.
107.2. Protocols of Constituency Election Commissions shall be completed within 2 days following Voting Day, on the basis of the integrated information from protocols of Precinct Election Commissions. integration of the above-mentioned information shall be carried out without interruption.
107.3. Along with the items listed in Article 100.2 of this Code, the number of Precinct Election Commissions and of protocols submitted by those commissions, as well as the number of protocols taken as a basis for completion of the Constituency Election Commission protocol, the number of election precincts where voting failed, and the number of voters who participated in voting in the constituency, shall also be indicated in the protocol of the Constituency Election Commission.
107.4. The first copy of the protocol of the Constituency Election Commission together with the following documents shall be sent immediately, but no later than 2 days after Voting Day, to the Central Election Commission, accompanied by the chairperson of the Constituency Election Commission, and representatives of various political parties: complaints (applications) about violations of this law received by the Constituency Election Commission on Voting Day,and decisions made by the Constituency Election Commission with respect to these complaints and applications, an act on receipt of ballot papers by the Constituency Election Commission, an act on canceling the unused ballot papers, recording the number of such cards; an act on issuing voting cards and on canceling unused voting cards, recording their number. The mentioned acts shall be signed by the chairperson and secretaries of the Constituency Election Commission. Verified copies of complaints (applications), decisions of Constituency Election Commission and acts mentioned above shall be attached to the 2nd copy of the protocol.
107.5. The 2nd copy of the protocol, along with packaged and stamped ballots, the cut-off left corners of those ballot papers, and a list of persons mentioned in Article 40.2 and 40.4 of this Code who observed the voting and vote count, shall be kept by the secretary of the Precinct Election Commission until the commission finishes its activities.
107.6. Should the Constituency Election Commission discover mistakes or inadmissible corrections and inconsistencies in the protocol (including other documents attached thereto) of a Precinct Election Commission, the Constituency Election Commission may adopt a decision on the recount of votes in the relevant election precinct. in this case, the recount of votes shall be undertaken by the members of the Constituency Election Commission with decisive voting rights. The relevant Precinct Election Commission and the persons indicated in Articles 40.2 and 40.4 of this Code shall be notified in on the recount of votes. A protocol shall be compiled on recount of votes and the words “recount of votes” shall be recorded on it.
107.7. The 3rd copy of protocol of the Constituency Election Commission and copies of protocols of relevant Precinct Election Commissions shall be posted on the notice board, and kept there for 10 days.