In the village of Pavlivka, observers are reported to be denied access to the polling stations. There is also an insufficient number of ballot boxes and voting booths, as well as failure to sign vouchers has been detected, Censor.NET reports citing OPORA.
At 7:35 a.m., the observer for OPORA Civil Network and two journalists from "Tochka Opory" arrived at the polling station #070187 in the village of Pavlivka. The doors were closed. Observers and journalists were not allowed to enter at 8 a.m.. OPORA observer called the chairman of the territorial electoral commission (TEC) Maria Shvets who immediately responded to the complaint. A formal note was taken and a complaint filed to the TEC.
At 7:40 a.m., OPORA observer discovered an insufficient number of ballot boxes and voting booths in the polling station #070187. There were only three stationary boxes and three voting booths out of four, as stipulated by the law.
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