Sabetta is ready for voting. The Central Election Commission is content
16:58 2 марта 2018
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Three voting stations will be opened in Sabetta on the day of election of the president of the Russian Federation. 9 thousand people will vote there.
They are employees of fuel and energy complex working on a rotational basis. More than 1800 people have already voted ahead of the schedule.
A member of the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation Alexander Klyukin, the vice-governor of Yamal Irina Sokolova and the chairperson of the regional election committee Andrey Gibert, journalists arrived to check readiness of Sabetta for voting.
The delegation saw the plant “Yamal LNG”, the icebreaker “Moskva”. Its crew in 26 people has already participated in the prescheduled voting.
Irina Sokolova told about preparing and organizing of the voting in Yamal. Special attention is paid to technical support of voting stations, organizing of safety and uninterrupted work of water and heat supply systems, also video observation. Cossacks and teams of volunteers are involved to guard voting stations. The voting stations will be taken under protection two days before the election.
For the present day 346 thousand and 557 voters are registered in the region.
According to the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center, in January-February the declared attendance in Yamal made 87 percent. Not any signals about infringements were received, as Irina Sokolova says.
Alexander Klyukin is content with readiness of the region for the election. As he says, here in Sabetta significance of the region and its economy for Russia is shown brightly. Each employee should vote.
According to Alexander Klyukin, the Central Election Commission has sober assessment of the situation in the country, well knows specifics of northern regions, all the issues were discussed. Also in the Central Election Commission the talk was about opening of voting stations at 6 o’clock in the morning. Alexander Klyukin guarantees support and underlines importance of the prescheduled voting on remote industrial objects.
As the head of the regional election committee Andrey Gibert informs, 61 precinct election commissions are participating in the prescheduled voting. For the present day 3225 people have already voted ahead of the schedule. 16 helicopters are providing the prescheduled voting in remote settlements, 6 helicopters are being on the standby. Each helicopter is equipped with the GPS system, what allows checking the route at any time.
Small moments and nuances were discussed at the meeting, in order nothing would be able to prevent from voting on remote industrial objects.