Responding the question when the voting papers will be started printing, Maher said: "The voting papers will be printed later. I cannot tell you about specific dates. These issues are being coordinated with the printing plant, but we still have enough time".
He explained that the ballots for single-mandate candidates may be changed, as some candidates may be de-registered.
Deputy chairman of the Central Election Commission also added that the printing plant, which will print voting papers is the secure facility, which always performs its work in time and qualitatively. "They made the voting papers for the CEC and there were no complaints about their work. We hope that this time there also will be none," he concluded.
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