About 1.5 million people vote in the parliamentary elections, and the turnout was around 60 percent, the head of the CEC Tuigunaaly Abdraimov said today at a press conference.
According to him, now data processing of "smart" ballot boxes is being held. Generally the country has 2,374 election districts and 36 abroad. "From 50 to 60 sites are located in small villages in the mountains, where network absents. We are waiting for the results of another 20 sites. There have voted about 60,000 voters," the head of the Central Election Commission said and added that the data from abroad, 36 districts, hasn't come yet.
Tuigunaaly Abdraimov noted that all these six parties that have overcome the seven percent barrier, and passed a regional 0.7 percent. "We will announce official results within the specified period by the Constitution, and at the same time mandates will be distributed. It is not later than October 18," Tuigunaaly Abdraimov said.