Online and offline voting in the capital is taking place in a calm, regular mode, said Dmitry Zhuravlev, Director General of the Institute of Regional Problems. The expert noted that the remote format clearly wins over the traditional one.
Electronic voting has become more widespread, the political scientist stated. According to him, the remote format is much more interesting for voters.
“The process is going smoothly. Part of this peace is due to the fact that people do not physically come, but work on the Internet, that is, there are no queues. The plots are available,” the Moscow City News Agency quotes the expert.
The political scientist noted that there were no complaints from citizens about problems with voting. “I don’t know anything about cases where someone couldn’t vote,” he said.
The expert drew attention to the importance of the work of observers. The presence of observers from the Public Chamber of Moscow and parties makes the elections objective, Zhuravlev is sure.
Muscovites elect municipal deputies from 9 to 11 September. Voting is going on in all districts, except for Shchukin and most of the TiNAO.
Earlier, experts criticized the opposition for calling for a boycott of electronic voting. This is the way to the defeat of opposition candidates, political analysts are sure.