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Central Election Commission promises voting machines will be delivered on time

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President Rumen Radev has asked for guarantees that the voting machines for the upcoming parliamentary elections will be delivered on time and audited according to a methodology that excludes manipulations with the machine vote. This happened at today's meeting of the head of state with the chairman of the Central Election Commission Alexander Andreev. 
Andreev assured that the contract with the company supposed to provide the machines will be signed next week. The company has assured that the machines will be delivered within 50 days before the elections.

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