Prosecutor General’s Office forms working group to supervise ‘correct course of the people’s voting’

Deputy Prosecutor General Maksim Varonin has met with Leanid Anfimau, the head of the headquarters of the CIS mission of observers at the national referendum on changes to the Constitution of Belarus.

Deputy Prosecutor General Maksim Varonin. Photo:

At the meeting, Varonin said that in order to strengthen the supervision over the correct voting procedure, the Prosecutor General’s Office formed a working group to monitor the compliance with the legislation, which regulates the preparation and holding of the national referendum.

The regional prosecutor’s offices and prosecutor’s office of Minsk created similar working groups of the most experienced prosecutors.

Earlier, Minister of Internal Affairs Ivan Kubrakou said that police officer will be on duty at all polling stations. There are also employees who will accompany and protect members of the commission in case of voting at home. If there are any doubts and questions, a police officer will be the first to enter the room, and then will be followed by a representative of the precinct commission.

Cover photo: Valery Sharyfulin / TASS