About 85% of polling stations are already equipped with video monitoring system for parliamentary election, member of the Central Election Commission Mykhailo Okhendovsky said during presentation of the system, ForUm correspondent reports.

In addition, according to Okhendovsky, the monitoring system has at least two positive points. According to him, first, "it will increase public confidence in the election results".

He stressed that the introduction of this system will allow each voter to follow the process of expression of will at home. Moreover, it is possible to obtain information and to track not only the vote, but the vote count, the CEC member informed.

According to Okhendovsky, the second positive point is that the system will reduce the number of voting irregularities during the voting process as well as during the vote counting. "It will prevent against illegal activities at the precinct election commissions on October 28 and 29," he said.

In turn, director general of the Sitronics - the direct executor of the project Kateryna Chala told reporters that as of 11 a.m. October 11, the systems have been installed on 28.250 stations. Until October17, according to technical requirements, the video monitoring system infrastructure will cover 32.2 thousand precinct election commissions, she said.

According to her, the video from polling stations can be seen via the Internet from anywhere in the world.

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