Myanmar media delegation covers information about Presidential Election in Russian Federation

A Myanmar media delegation visited Moscow of the Russian Federation to take documentary news on the Presidential Election of the Russian Federation from 15 to 17 March 2024 and to carry out media cooperation in Russia under the arrangement of the Myanmar-Russia Friendship Association at the invitation of the President of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation.
During the election period, the Myanmar media delegation carried out the shooting of documentary records on supervision over the voting cast at the election disciplinary headquarters in the Presidential Election of the Russian Federation, held an interview with Mr Alexsey Valerievich Shaposhnikov, Chairman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation in Moscow and observed monitoring the online voting and casting votes at the disciplinary headquarters, monitoring the polling stations in Moscow, electronic voting and voting techniques, and voting of people in person at polling stations No 410 and 402 in Moscow. The Myanmar media delegation conducted interviews with officials from the polling stations, voters, and international election observers, including Myanmar’s Union Election Commission Chairman U Ko Ko. Moreover, the delegation called on Vice-Chairman Mr Sholban Kara-ool of the State Duma of the Russian Federation to ask about the election measures. The presidential election was held in Russia from 15 to 17 March. Four presidential candidates competed in the election. After completion of counting the votes, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin secured 87.28 per cent of the votes, Nikolai Mikhailovich Kharitonov 4.31 per cent, Vladislav Andreevich Davankov 3.85 per cent and Leonid Eduardovich Slutsky 3.20 per cent, respectively. Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin clearly won the election with the excellent voting result.
The Myanmar media delegation could observe the election system of the Russian Federation, election management techniques, applying technologies in the election, and new media and media sectors of the Russian Federation. Moreover, the delegation had chances to exchange views and experiences among international election observers. — MNA/TTA

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