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Citizens can report voting rights violations to Helsinki Committee for Human Rights

As voting has begun in North Macedonia’s early parliamentary polls on Monday, citizens can report voting rights violations to the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights via phone at 02 3119 073 and 072 278 436, or email at helkom@mhc.org.mk, the association said in a press release Monday.

Skopje, 13 July 2020 (MIA) – As voting has begun in North Macedonia’s early parliamentary polls on Monday, citizens can report voting rights violations to the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights via phone at 02 3119 073 and 072 278 436, or email at helkom@mhc.org.mk, the association said in a press release Monday.

The Helsinki Committee office, the press released added, will also be open on Wednesday (July 15) from 7 am until 9 pm. The association called on citizens to abide by COVID-19 protective measures while voting, to protect themselves and public health.

People who have tested positive for COVID-19 or are in self-isolation are voting on Monday (July 13) in the 2020 early parliamentary election, due on July 15. The sick, the frail and people with chronic illnesses, prison inmates, people in nursery homes and in house arrest will vote on Tuesday (July 14).

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