"Bribery of voters is not just a problem but a threat to national security," representative of Taza Shailoo Association Ainura Usupbekova said today at a round table discussion.
According to her, the participants of the election decided not to spend money on the election campaign, preferring to buy votes. "During the local elections on March 27, which were held in six towns and 21 rural districts, bribery grew up to extensive scale, especially in Osh and Tokmak. There was an open bargaining at the polling stations. The facts were registered in Osh at polling station №5325. The results of the voting are in question. There is no reaction from the law enforcement agencies. Our statement was not just accepted. They also denied us in court," Ainura Usupbekova said.
She added that the purchase and sale of votes was active in Tokmak town. "The reaction of the CEC is unclear. There is no decision on our complaint so far. Although, they received our statement for consideration," Ainura Usupbekova said.