As is known, observation is of great importance to ensure transparency at election, Chairman of Azerbaijan’s Central Election Commission (CEC) Mazahir Panahov said at a meeting with the expert group on long-term observation of the presidential election in Azerbaijan.
To this end, CEC Chairman reviewed the technical control center created at the Central Election Commission (CEC) of Azerbaijan for monitoring of web cameras, installed at the polling stations.
He expressed satisfaction that the long-term observers of the IPA CIS will monitor the presidential election in Azerbaijan to be held April 11.
CEC Chairman Mazahir Panahov and Minister of Transport, Communications and High Technologies Ramin Guluzade took part in the event.
Panahov said that web cameras were installed in 20 percent of the country’s polling stations in connection with the upcoming presidential election.
The goal is to ensure transparency in the election process, according to Panahov.
“Web cameras were installed in 20 percent of the country’s polling stations, that is 1,000 polling stations, in connection with the presidential election. The polling stations, where 1,000 cameras were installed, cover all parts of the country. Any internet user can watch the voting process live on the official website of the CEC on the election day,” he said.