Vote in waves: Navy fighters stand in the polls.

הבחירות היום בחיל הים. צילום: עומר סלע, דובר צה”ל

On Tuesday, the closest part of Navy fighters will be miles away from the coast, engaged in operational missions. Watch the vote of the white force which started today.

תאריך: 20/01/2013, 15:55    
מחבר: דנה פטרוב, אתר צה”ל

Today (Mon) early voting opened at the Navy base, designed for soldiers and officers that ongoing security activities
At sea on Tuesday and will reveal their motors. Voting opened at 8:30 a.m.
And will continue until 6 p.m., and are expected to vote for 200 soldiers. “I see
There is torture and that they had come to vote, “said the personnel officer in charge of the election.
At the base, Capt. vocals. “Before the election we raised awareness of the importance of voting with educational spending per cruise. Of course not, but entered the linen
We encouraged them to watch tv election broadcast to get an idea on the sheets “parties, she explained.

Early voting takes place thanks to a clause in the Israeli election law, which
Allows the IDF to open polls until 72 hours before the election. The law is designed to allow all soldiers to exercise their democratic right to vote.  Ashdod base pointers right party fighters 916, which are expected to take a look. “the destruction of the base monitor process
The vote, “said Captain Cohanim members set to not allowed to hang out in the polls, that commanders have much effect on the soldiers and we want to prevent them from influencing the selection
Their “.

Vote in waves: Navy fighters stand in the polls.

In addition to sailing 916, are expected to vote for the soldiers serving on three missile boats that dock at other bases, soldiers serving at the post near the Erez crossing from the Gaza Strip. On the vote in all IDF bases responsible for electoral officers who underwent training college Symposium on the Knesset elections. In addition, the ballot Committee underwent training days in order to prepare them for their duties.

 

Translated from Hebrew

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