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An observer from Kenya spoke about voting in Perm

PERM, March 15 Russian presidential elections are underway smoothly, without incident, but it is very cold in the Perm region, said international observer from Kenya Alex Muigai Njuguna during a visit to one of the polling stations in the regional center.
“This is my first time in Perm. It is very cold here. The moment of the elections, which I have now found, is going smoothly, without incident. Until this moment, everything went smoothly. I am pleased with the process that is happening here. I am interested in how many people will come in order to take part in the electoral process. I hope it will be held equally and fairly. This is the case now. It will be possible to provide a full report and convey full impressions of the electoral process after three days,” said international observer Alex Muigai Njuguna.

He noted that he would visit a number of polling stations.

According to the chairman of the regional election commission Igor Vagin, international observers in Perm were surprised by how technologically advanced the voting process is and at what level the work of election commissions is organized.
From March 15 to 17, presidential elections are taking place in Russia. For the first time, voting will last three days. Four candidates registered by the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation are vying for the post of head of state: Leonid Slutsky, Nikolai Kharitonov, Vladislav Davankov and Vladimir Putin.
In the Perm Territory, 1,748 permanent and 38 temporary polling stations opened on Friday. They will work all three voting days from 08.00 to 20.00. About six thousand observers will be involved in them. According to the election commission, there are 1,971,044 registered voters in the region (770,175 people in Perm).

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