UNIAN reports that Usenko-Chornaya made the statement during today's meeting on reception of protocols of district election commissions of voting in parliamentary elections on October 28.
"There is a whole list of districts in which there are differences between the input in 'Elections' information-analytical system and protocols with wet seals and signatures of the electoral commissions members. And there are plenty of districts like that in Ukraine," said Usenko-Chornaya.
The deputy chairman of the Central Election Commission proposed to check the protocols of precinct election commissions to ensure that these differences are detected in a timely manner. Usenko-Chornaya stressed that the number of protocols of precinct election commissions was limited, and each of them had a corresponding number.
"It is important for us to be able to physically see them, to avoid 'phantom' data or 'Potemkin villages' (fake)," she said.
In the course of the meeting which began at 12.00 am the CEC received protocols of two precinct election commissions - one from Donetsk and one from Poltava oblast. Presently the CEC meeting is adjourned.