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MOSCOW, December 4 (Itar-Tass) — Unusual ballot boxes are installed at polling stations in the Tula Region – a box made of famous Tula honey-cakes, said on Sunday chairman of the Russian CEC Vladimir Churov.
“Sergei Kostenko, chairman of the election commission of the Tula Region, displayed superb imagination in preparing them. Polling stations have an extra ballot box – it is made of Tula honey-cakes,” Churov reported.
“It can be used in voting and then be eaten. Without ballot papers, of course,” joked the CEC chief, noting that he would take one such box to Moscow.