This is the preliminary data on violations, monitoring in the regions continues.
Including 10 of them indicate that there was no recount of ballots, 7 reports about the absence of a PEC meeting (including no drawing of lots), 2 reports about violation of the secrecy of vote, 1 report about illegal infringement of the rights of public observers, pressure against an observer, 5 reports about campaigning on election day, 1 report about the failure of SBB, 1 report stating that the SBB was not sealed, 1 report about deviation from the voter list, 1 report about the presence of unauthorized persons at the PEC, 1 report about a technical error when calibrating the list of parties, 1 report about voting instead of another voter, 2 reports stating that the PEC chairman did not present the received ballots to those present for visual inspection.
The Public Foundation "Common Cause" conducts non-partisan observation of the elections of deputies of the Jogorku Kenesh. 600 short-term observers monitor the electoral process at 300 polling stations selected at random.
On the eve of November 27, mobile voting took place at 179 of the 300 polling stations monitored.
The Public Foundation "Common Cause" deployed 600 short-term observers to observe the elections of deputies of the Jogorku Kenesh. They monitor the opening, voting, and closing and vote-count procedures at 300 randomly selected polling stations, the course of voting throughout the country.
The Foundation uses statistically based observation, an advanced election monitoring methodology that allows conclusions to be drawn that are representative of the entire country about specific electoral processes on election day.
The Public Foundation "Common Cause" monitors independently the election legislation observance during the out-of-premises voting in the elections of the Jogorku Kenesh deputies.
The report relates to the period from the moment of calling of the elections of deputies to the JK KR, from August 29 to November 18, 2021, and covers the procedures of nomination and registration of candidates, lists of candidates, formation and activities of election commissions of all levels (CEC, DEC, PEC), procedures of forming and updating voter lists, period of informing and election campaigning, as well as identifying violations of election legislation and submission of applications (statements and complaints) to the appropriate authorities.
During the period from October 25 to 12 p.m. on November 18, 2021, the public observers of the Common Cause Public Foundation received 127 reports of violations of the electoral legislation.
The document was adopted to support socially significant projects and initiatives in the field of electoral processes, create favorable conditions for election campaigns, promote professional mobility and support professionals, develop comprehensive cooperation based on equality, goodwill, respect and trust.