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Article 72
 

Procedure for determining inaccuracies


1. The 1st inaccuracy shall be calculated based on comparison of the sum of the number of voting passes received from electors and the number of unused self-adhesive stamps with the number of self-adhesive stamps allocated to the precinct electoral commission. The difference, in the absolute value of the number, shall be indicated as the amount of the first inaccuracy.


2. The 2nd inaccuracy shall be calculated based on comparison of the total number of voting participants with the sum of the numbers of valid and invalid ballot papers in the ballot box.


If the sum of the numbers of valid and invalid ballot papers in the ballot box is higher than the total number of voting participants, the difference in the absolute value of the number shall be indicated as the amount of the 2nd inaccuracy. Otherwise, the amount of the second inaccuracy shall be recorded as “0”.


3. The amount of inaccuracies in the electoral precinct shall be equal to the sum of the 1st and 2nd inaccuracies.


4. The amount of inaccuracies in the electoral precinct shall be calculated and recorded by the electoral commission responsible for summarisation of the election results, by using the “Elections” automated system.


5. In case of declaring the voting results in the electoral precinct as invalid, the number of voting participants in that precinct shall be recorded as the total amount of inaccuracies in the precinct.


6. While drawing up the protocol on the voting results, the total number of voting participants of the precinct where the voting results are declared as invalid shall be correspondingly added to the voting results of the remaining precincts. The other results (numbers) of the protocol of the electoral precinct where the voting results are declared as invalid, except for the amount of inaccuracies, shall be recorded as “0”.