A deputy will have to press on the button and the touch key till the voting time is over.

Oleksiy Sydorenko, the head of the computer system department of the parliament, informed journalists commenting on the innovation regarding the voting apparatus “Rada”, according to which deputies will vote personally and won’t have a possibility to vote for their colleagues.

According to Sydorenko, to vote a deputy will have to press on the button “yes”, “no” or “pass” and the touch key till the voting time is over.

He also informed that the touch key and the button are placed in such a way that you cannot reach it with the fingers of one hand. A deputy will be able to vote on more than one panel.

He also underlined that the touch key would react on a touch, not a finger print.

ForUm

Спасибо за Вашу активность, Ваш вопрос будет рассмотрен модераторами в ближайшее время

1266