The Ministry of Internal Affairs declared that there were no cases of violation of order in the elections to the State Duma :: Politics :: RBC

September 20, 2021 by archyde

The police did not violate public order during the elections to the State Duma, stated Ministry of Internal Affairs on its website.

“By the measures taken, violations of public order that could affect the voting results were not allowed,” the message says.

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To maintain order, the police employed approximately 210 thousand officers throughout Russia. The Ministry of Internal Affairs also organized round-the-clock security of the voting premises and electoral documentation. The police themselves were also able to vote at the same time, the department said.

In addition, the Russian Guard, people’s guards, private security companies and public figures were involved in the protection of law and order.

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