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Over 330 calls reported on polling day in Armenia

Over 330 calls reported on polling day in Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - Within the framework of “Ready for election” program implemented by Protection of Rights without borders NGO and Open Society Foundations-Armenia office hotlines received 48 calls from Armenian citizens, observers and people engaged in the electoral process during the polling day, on May 6.

Prior to the election day and following it hotlines received 17 calls.

“637 lawyers represented in the electoral districts received about 120 before and over 330 alarms after the polling day. They provided consultation to 315 individuals, visited 587 polling stations, with 76 of them as a result of the alarm.

16 and 3 appeals were issued by constituency lawyers to district election commissions and Central Electoral Commission (CEC) respectively,” the organization’s press service reported.

34 applications were filed to the CEC by Protection of Rights without borders NGO on May 2-7.

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