The Central Election Commission of Kyrgyzstan (CEC) had received 127 claims and complaints about violations committed during presidential elections. This was reported by the member of the CEC Gulnara Dzhurabaeva at the CEC’s session. According to her, 92 complaints were received from citizens, 24 – from presidential candidates and their representatives. The latter had 30 statements and 24 applications of citizens.
“85 complaints regards to absence of data in the election rolls, 61 whereof were submitted by citizens and 4 – by government agencies (Interior Ministry troops, the National Guard, the Ministry of Defence and Jalal-Abad regional administration). 3 complaints are about work of the precinct election commissions, 5 – about bad marking and 3 – about use of the administrative resource,” Gulnara Dzhurabaeva said.