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Russian woman Yael Ilinski living in Israel, is facing criminal prosecution because she voted three times for amendments to the Constitution of Russia. About it “Interfax” said the Secretary of the CEC, Maya Grishina.
She explained that at the moment in other countries, where people can vote, there is no single list of electronic and communication systems, because there is a possibility of filling in multiple ballots at different sites.
“Otherwise we would not have been able to organize the voting abroad. However, we believe that, of course, all citizens have in good faith,” said the Secretary of the CEC, adding that Ilinski abused its right.
Grishin recalled that in such cases the Russian legislation provides for criminal liability, and it is an insurance against multiple voting. So, according to the article 142.2 of the criminal code for illegal delivery and receipt of the newsletter relies fine of up to 300 thousand rubles or imprisonment for up to three years.
According to the CEC Secretary, after the results of the vote may turn out that not one Ilinski repeatedly filled out a ballot, then, in relation to these citizens will be taken.
Earlier it was reported that Yael Ilinski able to vote on amendments to the Constitution with the help of online voting, as well as at the Russian Embassy in tel Aviv, the Consulate in Haifa. According to the woman, none of the Embassy was checked, recorded on electronic voting.
On the first day of voting, June 25, journalist Paul Pubic managed to vote — at the polling station and remotely via electronic voting. It was reported that police have already interviewed him. While Lobkov has not received the status of a suspect and was not detained. The CEC attempts to vote on the amendments to the Constitution twice called provocation.
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