He told about this on Espresso.
“We received lists of candidates who will participate in pseudo-elections in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine. Those lists will include approximately 62% of citizens of the Russian Federation who have never lived in Ukraine before. And when we started monitoring the voter lists, saw that there are about 50% of people who have never lived in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine,” said the director of the Institute for Strategic Studies and Security.
Pavlo Lysyanskyi explained that the voter lists include military personnel, imported Russians, migrants from Central Asia, who were shown Russian passports.
“To summarize, I will tell you that in these pseudo-elections imported Russians who have never lived in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine will vote for candidates, also citizens of the Russian Federation, who have also never lived in these territories of Ukraine,” the law enforcement officer emphasized.
Lysyanskyi added that in those territories there is a percentage of collaborators from Ukraine, that is, Ukrainians who at one time supported the “Party of Regions”, the Communist Party of Ukraine, OPZZH. But the majority of local residents do not support these elections.
What is known about pseudo-elections on TOT
On August 31, the Russian invaders began holding so-called elections to pseudo-local councils and “legislative bodies” in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.
On August 29, Ukrainian partisans destroyed the pre-election regional headquarters of “United Russia” in the temporarily occupied Novaya Kakhovka.
Also, the Security Service of Ukraine targeted with drones the collaborators who were going to hold pseudo-elections in the temporarily occupied part of the Zaporizhzhia region. There are wounded.
In addition, the Security Service identified the identities of more than 3,500 collaborators and their Russian “curators” who participate in the organization of illegal voting in the temporarily captured territories of Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk, and Luhansk regions.
European Commission spokesman Peter Stano released a statement condemning Russia’s holding of “elections” in the occupied territories of Ukraine.
With the help of UAVs, the Defense Forces distributed leaflets over the temporarily occupied territories with a call to ignore the pseudo-elections of the occupiers, which should officially begin in the precincts on September 8