MOSCOW, June 16 (RAPSI) – Seventeen complaints about alleged violations of rights of participants of All-Russian voting have been filed with Russia’s Central Election Commission, its press service reports.

According to the complaints, the rights violations are related to the compulsion of voting and use of the administrative leverage, the statement reads.

Thirteen applications name the employers committed violations, according to the applicants, including six in Moscow and seven in St. Petersburg.

All complaints have been sent to Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin, Moscow Prosecutor Denis Popov, St. Petersburg Governor Alexander Beglov, the city’s Prosecutor Sergey Litvinenko and election commissions of the two cities for check and measures taking.