a Similar pattern was observed throughout the earlier weeks of voting. Most of the violations of which have sometimes appeared, were unreliable, so a mobile response teams of staff for the most part didn’t even have a reason for leaving, said “RG” head of the public staff Ilya massukh. He stressed that in the capital of any observer or journalist was removed from the site, the voting took place fairly and transparently. According to him, this was the result of work in previous years – the members of precinct and territorial election commissions used that it focused the attention of observers on the sites, but also expert staff. “Video surveillance is very helpful in every situation we can Unscrew the back and see how everything happened in reality. The picture quality is fantastic, allows you to zoom in and draw all the details attention. Thank you in this sense Moscow because she provides such technical equipment,” – said Massukh.

the Final turnout considering participating in an online-voting was 53.32 percent. The opportunity to vote online in this campaign has been used widely as never to cast their vote remotely could any Muscovite, and this right was exercised with almost a million residents, after submitting the application. In addition to the capital to vote online could the residents of the Nizhny Novgorod region, and the total turnout of participants of electronic voting in these regions reached 93%, although the vote could only be online until June 30.

political Analyst Alexei Martynov believes that remote voting largely contributed to the high turnout. In his opinion, this method has good prospects for distribution throughout the country. “Every region has its of already existing and well-established electoral traditions, including the turnout, he said. This time in Moscow held an electronic vote. And I think in the future all goes to Moscow. In the near future other regions of the country will vote this way because it is convenient, modern and safe”.

the fact that the electronic voting system has proven its reliability, said the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin. He recalled that the system repeatedly tried to hack, but to no avail. “We put up a prize of 2 million rubles to the hackers who hacked our system, but no one was hacked. Money had to give to the developers. During the voting there have been hacker attempts, provocations, none successful. There were small glitches, but they did not affect the quality of the vote who wanted to vote. That is, it is perfectly formed, reserved, serious system,” concluded the mayor.

Not allowed system online accountin��n-voting and no manipulation. This convinced Ilya massukh, who decided to test the system. “I signed up for electronic voting, but not vote. Today came to your site, there is a separate list of such as I who did not vote online.” The evening were announced the results of e-voting in Moscow. The proposed changes to the Constitution supported 62,33% of the voters.