The Ministry of Digital Development has launched Internet voting in small towns with a population of up to 500 people. You can vote in the “State Services”, which in the absence of the Internet for the main participants in the vote will be difficult, as well as send a letter to the post office box of the ministry.

Ministry of Digital Development launched online voting to connect small towns without Internet to 4G

The Mintsifra announced the start of voting on its Telegram channel. On the Internet, it will last until November 12 in the State Services, the ministry will accept physical letters until November 26.

Localities with a population of 100 to 500 people participate in the vote. Based on the results of the vote, 1.8 thousand points will be selected, in which 4G mobile Internet will be installed in 2023.

Only adult citizens of Russia can vote. They will be able to choose only the locality that is in the region of their registration. Muscovites and Petersburgers will not be able to participate in the vote.

You can vote in the “Gosuslugah” in a specially created service, or by sending a physical letter to the post office box of the Ministry of Digital Development: 123112, Moscow, Presnenskaya nab., 10, building 2.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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