Johan Backman, political scientist, human rights defender (Finland): in Obninsk qwe have not received complaints
International observer from Finland, political scientist Johan Backman told about intermediate results of the trip to Obninsk: -My colleagues and I visited the precinct electoral commissions number 585, 586 in Obninsk and number 240, 200, 228 in Kaluga. What is nice, overall we have been supported by young activists, representatives of the Russian Union of Youth. No violations were noticed. All carried out calmly, on the provision. We talked to all observers, though we didn’t see the press on the sites (pout of the election commissions we are called a lot). We haven’t noticed any failures in webcam’s work, as we haven’t received complaints about videofixation’s work from voters.
Fabrise Beaur (France): voting in Khabarovsk passes in quite mode (4-03-2012, 09:43)
Musolino Alessandro (Italy): the democratization process in Russia is going peacefully, though some say the opposite (4-03-2012, 09:22)
Sinka Alexandros (Cyprus): cameras will help the campaign to be fair (3-03-2012, 13:20)
Elisabetta Gardini (Italy): very impressed with the work of election commissions and volunteers (3-03-2012, 12:29)
Jim Harris (USA): it is important for us to remain impartial (3-03-2012, 12:23)