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Sagamihara City election selection lottery rechecks all votes | NHK News


In April, the same number of votes were placed in the Sagamihara City Council elections in April, and all the votes requested by the candidates who were lost by lottery were reexamined on the 21st.

Sagamihara City election election lottery re-check all votes August 21 16:04

In fact, the same number of votes was placed in the Sagamihara City Council elections in April, and all the votes that the candidates who lost in the lottery wanted were being reviewed in Sagamihara City on the 21st.

In the Chuo Ward constituency of the Sagamihara parliamentary elections in April, the number of votes for two newcomers was the same number of 3158 votes over the last seat, and it was decided by lottery based on the provisions of the Public Office Election Law.

About this result, Mr. Chizuko Matsuura who was elected as the vote was judged to be invalid, and there are multiple votes with a name different from `` Matsuura Chikako '' etc. I was appealing.

City election management committee rejected allegations, but the Kanagawa prefecture election management committee decided to recheck all votes last month, at the gymnasium in Sagamihara City on the 21st. Has been done.

At the venue, the voted 106,930 votes were inspected by the staff in charge of the prefecture's election management committee for each vote.

In addition to Mr. Matsuura, Mr. Yuki Imamiya, who was elected by lottery, is working, and Mr. Kenji Murakami, chairman of the Prefectural Elections Management Committee, said, I want to get out. "

The prefecture's election management committee wants to make a conclusion as early as next month.

Source: nhk

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