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MOSCOW, September 13. /TASS/. A total of 60 complaints have been lodged with Russia’s Central Election Commission over the entire election campaign in 2015, deputy chairman of the Central Election Commission Leonid Ivlev told journalists on Sunday.
"Over the entire election campaign that started on June 4, 2015, we have received 60 complaints," he said. "We considered them all at our sessions and passed decisions in favor of the complainants in 13 cases."
On the Voting Day on September 13, Russia has 10,800 elections of various levels in 84 regions. The country’s 21 regions will elect governors, 11 regions will elect local legislatures.
Over 59 million people are expected to participate in the elections, which will be a sort of a "rehearsal" for the national parliamentary elections due in 2016. During the election campaign of this year, the Russian authorities are preparing organizationally for the poll due in 2016 and will be able to see the realistic standing of different political forces throughout the country.