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International observers visit polling station in Kakhovka
International observers visit polling station in Kakhovka
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. The last day of the presidential election continues in Kherson region on March 17. Residents of the region can vote at 61 polling stations. The election process is being monitored by observers not only from Russia, but also from other countries.</p> <p>Their presence emphasizes the transparency and democracy of the election process.</p> <p>Thus, international observers visited one of the polling stations in Kakhovka. They were interested not only in the process of organizing voting itself, but also in the options of how citizens can vote.</p> <p>This year, Russia does not only provide for in-person voting; voters can also cast their ballots online.</p> <p>During early voting and two days of elections in the region the turnout amounted to <a href="https://en.tavria.tv/new-regions/main-new-regions/the-final-day-of-voting-in-the-presidential-election-started-in-kherson-region/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">77.7%</a>. This was reported by the Chairwoman of the Kherson region Election Commission Marina Zakharova during a briefing on March 16.</p> <p>You can monitor the electoral process and all the current news on our website (its <a href="https://en.tavria.tv/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">English</a> and <a href="https://tavria.tv/">Russian</a> versions), live on <a href="https://tavria.tv/tv/channel">Tavria TV channel</a>, on <a href="https://x.com/tavria_kherson">X (Twitter)</a> and in our Telegram channels (<a href="https://t.me/tavria_english">English</a> and <a href="https://t.me/tavria_kherson">Russian</a> versions).</p>
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. The last day of the presidential election continues in Kherson region on March 17. Residents of the region can vote at 61 polling stations. The election process is being monitored by observers not only from Russia, but also from other countries.</p> <p>Their presence emphasizes the transparency and democracy of the election process.</p> <p>Thus, international observers visited one of the polling stations in Kakhovka. They were interested not only in the process of organizing voting itself, but also in the options of how citizens can vote.</p> <p>This year, Russia does not only provide for in-person voting; voters can also cast their ballots online.</p> <p>During early voting and two days of elections in the region the turnout amounted to <a href="https://en.tavria.tv/new-regions/main-new-regions/the-final-day-of-voting-in-the-presidential-election-started-in-kherson-region/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">77.7%</a>. This was reported by the Chairwoman of the Kherson region Election Commission Marina Zakharova during a briefing on March 16.</p> <p>You can monitor the electoral process and all the current news on our website (its <a href="https://en.tavria.tv/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">English</a> and <a href="https://tavria.tv/">Russian</a> versions), live on <a href="https://tavria.tv/tv/channel">Tavria TV channel</a>, on <a href="https://x.com/tavria_kherson">X (Twitter)</a> and in our Telegram channels (<a href="https://t.me/tavria_english">English</a> and <a href="https://t.me/tavria_kherson">Russian</a> versions).</p>
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International observers visit polling station in Kakhovka

International observers visit polling station in Kakhovka

17.03.2024

GENICHESK. TAVRIA. The last day of the presidential election continues in Kherson region on March 17. Residents of the region can vote at 61 polling stations. The election process is being monitored by observers not only from Russia, but also from other countries.

Their presence emphasizes the transparency and democracy of the election process.

Thus, international observers visited one of the polling stations in Kakhovka. They were interested not only in the process of organizing voting itself, but also in the options of how citizens can vote.

This year, Russia does not only provide for in-person voting; voters can also cast their ballots online.

During early voting and two days of elections in the region the turnout amounted to 77.7%. This was reported by the Chairwoman of the Kherson region Election Commission Marina Zakharova during a briefing on March 16.

You can monitor the electoral process and all the current news on our website (its English and Russian versions), live on Tavria TV channel, on X (Twitter) and in our Telegram channels (English and Russian versions).


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