The GOLOS Movement calls up for joining the Civil Project “Voting Live”, a video observation at the Presidential Election in Russia.
We all need fair elections. Nothing would replace an observer at the polling station. Yet, those of you, who – for this or that reason – will not be able to come to a polling station, will have a chance to see everything with their own eyes and help the observers. Thanks to video cameras installed at 44,000 polling stations, the election observation in Bashkortostan, Chechnya, Dagestan, Kuzbass, and other regions with traditionally abnormally high percentage became more accessible. Even going on vacation with your friends, you will be able to count the real votes in these regions, where it is usually estimated at 80-90%.
We will provide a software and a control algorithm, will help to distribute the polling stations, join in with other observers and check out together the voters’ number and sincerity in counting the votes. All you need is the Russian citizenship, a personal computer, a stable Internet, and a couple of hours of your time. It has never been done on such a large scale.
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