The State Election Commission (SEC) at tonight’s session adopted a decision to use the cross comparison of data, and to use the databases of 13 institutions, including the Health Insurance Fund, Pension (PIOM), Public Revenue Office (PRO), the National Bank, Land Registry, Ministry of Labour and Social Policy and others.
The meeting of the SEC, which was scheduled for 17:45 pm, ended in just ten minutes.
At the meeting it was determined that this year the SEC will require finances of an excess of 8 million euros, most of which will be allocated for the preparation and implementation of the early parliamentary elections.
“The State Election Commission at its session held on January 21, 2016 adopted the Report of the SEC for work undertaken consistent with Article 153-a of the Electoral Code and the decision to adopt the annual plan for the total needs for procurement in 2016, the SEC – program budget 20. The members of the State Election Commission unanimously adopted the procedure for the use and processing of personal data when conducting cross-checks between various databases and records as well as the Memorandum of cooperation with the OSCE Mission in Skopje”,said the statement from today’s session at the SEC.