33 additional polling stations will open in Bishkek, where voters will be able to vote not on the place of registration, the chairman of the Bishkek TEC Kairat Mamatov said today at a press conference.
According to him, this applies primarily to students, military personnel and others who will be in the capital at the time of elections. To do this, one must apply by September 30.
«Additional sites will be opened throughout Bishkek, including residential areas, universities. This is done for the convenience of voters,» Kairat Mamatov said.
He noted that in 2015 there was a case when a person registered at 7-9 sites. «However, the SRS system traces this situation. The last place of application will also be the place of voting,» Kairat Mamatov explained.