102, 114 police officers and 30, 482 civil activists will be ensuring law and order on the election day, says a statement of the press service of the Interior Ministry.
62, 280 individuals, including 43 371 police officers, 10 soldiers of the National Guard, 3, 887 employees of the National Emergency Situations Service, 54 border guards, 22 tax police officers and 13,936 civil activists, will be ensuring law and order in the immediate proximity to the polling stations.
20,607 individuals, including 6,723 police officers, 1,340 patrol officers, 1,794 soldiers of the National Guard, 100 students, 138 employees of the National Emergency Situations Service, 455 employees of the National Tax Service, 20 patrol officers and 9, 437 civil activists, will be ensuring law and order in public places. Another 8, 823 individuals will be kept on standby to provide backup. .