Brest observers to use binoculars to watch voting

2010 2010-12-18T15:54:54+0200 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en http://spring96.org/files/images/sources/naziranniebinokli.jpg The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
Observers have decided to use binoculars and spy-glasses to watch the early voting in election centre #98 in Brest.


The place allocated to observers is about 8 metres away from the table where voting papers are given out and the ballot-box is installed. It does not allow observers to watch the way ballot papers are presented to electors and to see what is happening near the tables of the election committee members.

According to one of the observers Dzyanis Turchanyak, they have managed to persuade the head of the election commission to place the observers’ tables three meters closer, however, it has not affected the situation much, says Turchanyak. The observer does not think that the situation and the necessity of using binoculars is normal, however, they have not managed to get an opportunity to watch the work of the committee members at a closer distance yet, informs  the human rights centre “Viasna”.

Latest news

слухаць Радыё рацыя Міжнародная федэрацыя правоў чалавека Беларуская Інтэрнэт-Бібліятэка КАМУНІКАТ Грамадзкі вэб-архіў ВЫТОКІ Антидискриминационный центр АДЦ 'Мемориал' Prava-BY.info Беларускі Праўны Партал Межрегиональная правозащитная группа - Воронеж/Черноземье
Московская Хельсинкская группа
Молодежное Правозащитное Движение
amnesty international