On October 12 CEC abolished warning given to Ludmila Hraznova and did not satisfy the complaint of the current member of Chamber of representatives, Piotr Ivanenka.
On October 12 CEC abolished warning given to Ludmila Hraznova. Therefore, CEC satisfied the complaint of Ludmila Hraznova (UCP) which stands for the election in Miensk at the district #110. The warning to L. Hrasnova given to her by district electoral commission for violation of article 47 of Electoral code “Misuse of the right to make pre-election agitation”. The warning was based on the allegations of a voter who submitted to the district commission a sample pf a leaflet of L. Hrasnova which was found in her house. In her appeal the voter express her indignation with the plot of the leaflet and by the fact from where Hrasova could have got funds for them. District electoral commission found expression of “social antogonism” and “slander in relation to officials”. But CEC studied the samples of the leaflets and have not found any expressions of “social antogonism” and “slander”
“CEC did not satisfy the complaint of the current deputy of the Parliament Piotr Ivanenka who stood for the elections in Biaresinkaja district #76. The district commission abolished his registration for violation of article 47 of Electoral Code. Piotr Ivanenka’s registration was abolished for the fact that he could have distributed information during his meeting with voters that the son of his competitor – Ludmila Jashchanka - had been accused of participating in gang-rape. The registration was abolished on the grounds of L. Jashchanka appeal which she submitted to the district electoral commission. The chairperson of the district electoral commission, Ryhor Zenevich, met with voters and asked there opinion of what exactly was told concerning the rape during the candidate’s meeting with the voters. The secretary of CEC Mikalaj Lazavik praised the chairperson of district commission for “uncompromissingness”.
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