Exit-polls can be held in Transdnestr not closer than 25 m to polling stations
On the day of the referendum, carrying out exit polls, taking comments and shooting will be allowed only in a 25-km distance from polling stations. There will be no polls or shooting at the polling stations and their exits. Nobody will be allowed to be a burden at voters’ necks, Chair of the Transdnestr Central Election Commission (CEC) Pyotr Denisenko is quoted as saying by a REGNUM correspondent at a session of the commission on September 11.
Devloping the subject, Denisenko said: Only mass media, which have been issued accreditation by the Transdnestr Information and Telecommunications Ministry, will be allowed to work. All reporters’ activity should be correct, within frameworks of law. Nobody is allowed to prevent voters from fulfilling their civil duty. All the data on turnout percentage should be similar to data of the CEC and the International Press Center. It is inadmissible to give reports on the basis of a woman has said.
Everyone, who hinders activity of territorial election commissions, will be kicked out, according to Denisenko. The CEC chairman called upon members of the election commissions to work calmly and not to make fuss: We do not need sensation or jabber. We need a result outspoken by the people.
It is worth reminding, following questions will be submitted to the September 17, 2006, referendum in Transdnestr:
1. Do you support a policy for independence of the Transdnestr Moldavian Republic and further free Transdnestr joining the Russian Federation?
2. Do you think it is possible to abandon independence of the Transdnestr Moldavian Republic with further Transdnestr joining the Republic of Moldova?
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