In St. Petersburg, the candidate for deputies of the city’s legislative assembly and the current municipal deputy Ksenia Lavrova was prohibited from charging the phone at the territorial election commission No. 1, citing the fact that “the electricity is state-owned.” About it informs Znak.com with a link to Lavrova herself.
“We came to submit a campaign notice. It was necessary to talk to a lawyer, and the phone had few percent of the charge. I decided to recharge my phone in the corridor. A colleague went to the outlet, at this moment the chairman of the TEC comes out [Ольга Нечаева] and says: “The electricity is state, I ask you not to use it,” – said the candidate for deputy.
According to Lavrova, this is not the first time such incidents have occurred during the filing of documents.
Mundep said that in the election commission of the Krasnoselsky district, Deputy Pavel Kondrashov was not given scissors, saying that “it is forbidden to squander state property.”