Citizens object to the fact that within the “Initiative budget” process, some projects are gathering thousands of votes in a short period of time.
The Ministry of Finance will conduct an investigation on projects deemed to have received suspicious votes during the “Initiative Budget” process, the ministerial press service reported.
“Citizens are expressing objections on social networks that some projects within the framework of the “Initiative budget” process are gathering thousands of votes in a short period of time.
Taking into account the appeals received by citizens, the Ministry of Finance will investigate the veracity of these appeals regarding the projects deemed to be suspiciously collected votes.
Additional information will be provided based on the results of the studies,” the report reads.
It is noted that after the end of the voting process, all votes will be checked again.
For information, the voting process will continue until September 17.