Atanasova explained that after the elections, the CEC prepared an analysis of future machine voting in many parts.
In its view, the CEC arguments that the vote is difficult, voting is unjustly expensive. She recalled that the price for 1 machine voting was 59 leva, compared to 0.71 leva for the paper bulletin.
"Particularly serious attention is paid to the fact that the price for future elections of municipal councilors and mayors will be even higher," Atanasova said.
"The special features of local elections require a particular adjustment of individual machines for individual PKOs. Three types or four types of elections will have to be established somewhere, "Desislava Atanasova added.
In her opinion, if the machine remains in the vote, it will be a big challenge in counting preferences for municipal councilors.
"The CEC believes that increasing the number of machine-selected sections will lead to greater inconsistencies and errors in the record," said the Deputy Chairman of the Legal Commission at the National Assembly.
According to her, Bulgarian citizens rely on a paper bulletin and are not interested in the machines.
Atanasova stressed that they proposed to abandon mechanical vote in parliamentary and local elections, as importers such as GERB, Volya and United Patriots are in such a statement.