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Minsk region is ready to hold a referendum - Head of the CIS Mission Headquarters L. Anfimov


A meeting was held at Minsk Region Executive Committee between Deputy Chairman Ivan Markevich and Head of the CIS Mission Leonid Anfimov.

In Minsk region before the referendum, a lot of work is being done with a huge coverage of the population, Ivan Markevich said.

- The task set is being successfully implemented - we work at meetings in teams, at dialogue platforms, we want to reach every person. We have seen that people are not always fully informed. Therefore, leaders of all levels work at meetings; officials, deputies - the whole apparatus. Interest in this important political campaign in the region is high. In total, 24 territorial commissions have been formed - 1 regional, 22 district, 1 city in Zhodino.

The head of the CIS mission headquarters Leonid Anfimov, following the results of the meeting in the Minsk Regional Executive Committee, voiced its main points in an interview with journalists.

Today the mission has started the active phase of observation. It is not limited to the preparation of documents. Representatives of the mission have already broken into groups. Before the arrival of the main composition of the mission of observers, they will travel to various regions of the Republic of Belarus and see how work is organized in this direction. But even now I can say that, based on the results of our today's meeting with the leadership of the Minsk Oblast Executive Committee, the territorial election commission, all the preparatory work has been completed and almost the entire Minsk region is ready for the February 27 referendum.

But the main task of the mission is to see how democratic the voting is, whether the procedure complies with international standards, primarily the Convention adopted by the Council of Heads of State in 2002, in the standards of democratic, free and popular elections in the CIS countries. The conclusion will be based on this, and on national legislation, without interfering in the internal affairs of the country.

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