Armenian’s Central Election Commission (CEC) has launched an open voting to elect members to district electoral committees, Tert.am reported.
The voting session attended by reporters comes to mark the 50th day of adopting amendments to the Electoral Code. And even though today is not a working day in Armenia, the voting was held extraordinarily since the law mandates that district electoral committees be set up upon the expiry of the above time limit.
The participants will elect representatives for 41 constituencies. Each constituency will have seven members, with two being women.
As the voting began, CEC Chairman Garegin Azaryan asked the Commission members not to look at one another while ticking boxes.