"We prepared this bill on the presidential election, which was approved by the coalition’s factions and according to our information, the President also will sign this bill. Obviously, this bill will be adopted in next week’s plenary session. I don’t rule out that this will happen by December 22, on Tuesday," said Serhiy Mishchenko, member of BYuT and one of the bill’s co-authors.
According to him, the bill foresees a series of provisions, which make it impossible to falsify the election: "First, making changes to the voter list later than two days before election day is prohibited. According to our calculations, if this provision wasn’t there, then in the last two days prior to January 17, a million "dead souls" could be added throughout Ukraine…at that, in the first place, in the eastern regions. If this were to happen, this would be the largest falsification…Second, the bill outlines the procedure for home voting when a minimum of two territorial election commission representatives from separate political forces visit the home of a senior citizen or person with a disability."
Serhiy Mishchenko stated that the bill also standardizes voting outside of Ukraine: "The law clearly outlines that changes to voter lists outside the country also can be made no later than two days prior to election day."
At the same time, he emphasized that the Party of Regions is doing everything possible for the bill not to be considered. But, according to his estimates, irrespective of the Party of Regions’ position, the bill will be passed.
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