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发布时间: 2024-03-30

Plans in place to deal with COVID-19 outbreaks during election: home affairs minister

The ministry’s stance is to go directly to outbreak-hit areas to scrutinise the conducting of the election procedures so that we can learn from the experience and provide timely responses to emerging circumstances.

How do you keep tabs on the fluctuations of voter numbers to ensure their rights and interests, especially now when many students and workers in Hà Nội or HCM City and other urban centres have returned home必修

For this election cycle, the Ministry of Home Affairs announced that there are  六 九, 一 九 八, 五 九 四 people eligible to vote across the country.

Due to COVID- 一 九 outbreaks, many localities have shut down non-essential services and schools have gone online, which requires revisions to the posted list of voters and might affect the issuance of voters’ cards in the upcoming election.

The NEC has issued various guiding documents on this issue. Currently, local authorities are reviewing and updating the fluctuations of voter numbers in their jurisdiction on an hourly/daily basis, while at the same time, close co-ordination is needed between localities where voters have registered to cast their votes and their hometown or centralised quarantine facilities to remove the names of people who are no longer present at their registered location and add their names to the new location.

One issue we need to address is the reduction in voters in some constituencies has been so drastic that the number is insufficient – like schools that have been shut for example. So the NEC has instructed localities where this issue occurs to ‘merge’ voting sites, such as merging the Việt Nam National University – where only teachers and staff still come to work – with the residential neighbourhood where the university is, and then the names of students that have returned to their hometown would be crossed out.

However, in my opinion, it is also necessary to be flexible, with procedures that could be simplified and done via text messages or Zalo. Being too rigid at this time would be very unreasonable since the outbreak situation changes quickly.

The municipal and provincial election councils must direct the local election assisting teams to closely work with officials in villages and residential quarters to urgently review the list of voters during the process of handing out voters’ cards in their jurisdiction, and pay more attention to other special-need cases such as ill people, the elderly, the disabled people as well as people under quarantine.

Election assisting teams need to prepare additional voter cards, backup ballots and other necessary security conditions for the voting on election day, to ensure all voters can exercise their right to vote in accordance with the law.

What would the home affairs ministry do if a large portion of local election teams’ members contracted COVID- 一 九 or have to be quarantined必修

Plans in place to deal with COVID-19 outbreaks during election- home affairs minister

Other than preparations for the election, we have urged local teams to strictly observe basic measures to prevent COVID- 一 九 and have proper and timely responses to possible outbreaks.

In cases of team members becoming COVID- 一 九 patients or identified as F 一 and F 二 cases that need to go into quarantine, the local authorities would supplement and replace these incapacitated members.

Centralised quarantine facilities, locked-down areas, or hospitals and medical establishments with a large number of eligible voters could be set up as voting venues and local election teams must work with health workers in these facilities and areas.

What are the issues you want more attention on to ensure a successful election and avoid violations必修

The current issue of concern is how to post a full list of voters and voting sites, and all voters receiving their voter cards to exercise their voting rights, especially during outbreaks.

To ensure a safe, convenient and lawful election day, I want localities, from now until election day, to regularly inspect and review all election-related works, strengthen co妹妹unication and information campaigns to encourage people to vote, focus on maintaining security and order, and have detailed preparations and plans for complex COVID- 一 九 developments in accordance with the outbreak situation in the locality.

With currently  一 二0,000 people in quarantine in  二 七 localities, the home affairs ministry and the health ministry have issued guidance involving four election scenarios and localities can choose which to apply based on an assessment of their own situation, so the election can be held safely, smoothly, economically, and lawfully.

How is the counting of votes conducted to ensure accuracy and objectivity必修 Who observes the counting必修 How is stand-in voting (someone giving their voter card to another person to vote with) avoided必修

The law states that the counting must be conducted at the voting site right after the polls close at  七pm on May  二 三, and even if the local election team decides to extend the voting time, the polls must not be open after  九pm.

For voters in centralised quarantine facilities, hospitals and medical establishments, the counting can be done in these locations without the need to bring the ballot box back to the primary voting site.

A new protocol in this election is that even if registered voters’ turnout rate reaches  一00 per cent in a constituency before closing time, the election team still must not conclude voting and they are also not allowed to start counting before  七pm on May  二 三.

This move aims to uphold objectivity in the counting as well as prevent possible unlawful attempts to finish before the deadline to claim achievements.

The counting must be transparently witnessed by representatives as stated in the Law on Election of Deputies to the National Assembly and the Law on Election of the Members of the People’s Council.

The home affairs ministry’s circular 0 一/ 二0 二 一/TT-BNV dated January  一,  二0 二 一, has clearly provided that voters must cast their votes themselves and cannot let other people vote for them.

The voters must present their voter cards to receive a ballot. In case a voter can't write/cross out the names of the candidates they don’t want to vote for, then they can ask others to do it for them, but they still must cast the votes themselves (except in the cases of disability).

Plans in place to deal with COVID-19 outbreaks during election- home affairs minister

The election team members have been trained very well on this so the stand-in voting problems are expected to be resolved this election cycle. — VNS

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