CEC head says ink samples tested for presidential elections

CEC head says ink samples tested for presidential elections

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia’s Central Election Committee (CEC) approved the schedule for conduction of 2013 presidential elections today, Dec 8.

As CEC chairman told a press conference, a laboratory examination is currently underway to fix the ink-related problem.

“7 ink samples are currently being tested, with works in progress to fix the problems. The final variant will be tested in the presence of media representatives to rule out further problems,” Tigran Mukuchyan said.

Technical problems related to the use of ink arose during the parliamentary elections in Armenia.

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