CEC makes decision on inking of finger

Politics Materials 26 October 2005 20:41 (UTC +04:00)

The Central Election Committee (CEC) will ink the electors’ fingers on the voting day i.e. 6 November. The desicion was made by the meeting of the CEC on Wednesday, Trend reports.

The chairman of the CEC, Mazahir Panahov, noted that President Ilham Aliyev gave instructions on holding of the parliamentary elections, particularly, submission of the reports in this regard to apparopriate state bodies. Panahov stressed that the CEC did overhaul work on preparations for the elections and execution of the Presindential decree.

The secretary of the CEC, Natig Mammadov, read out the report, where he mentioned importance of inking and proposed to adopt instruction on application of the method.

In his turn, the secretary of the CEC, Vidadi Mahmudov, gave overhaul information about the complaints of candidates concerning pressure. According to Mahmudov, pressure causes recall of candidacy. 52 candidates recalled their candidacy only on Wednesday. Mahmudov mentioned importance of informing the President to prevent violations.

The meeting considered adoption of some documents. Mahmudov noted that political parties, election blocs and independent candidacies possessed right to nominate people with deliberative vote to precinct and constituency committees. It also approved the card of the committee members with deliberative vote.