A video has appeared online showing pseudo-elections in the temporarily occupied territory, allegedly in Oleshki, Kherson region. A car with a Russian military man drove up to the woman’s house, the occupiers demanded to vote.
In the video, a car drives up to the house and stops.
People get out of the car and say twice through the loudspeaker: “Residents of building 32, we are approaching the mobile voting point.”
The footage shows a Russian military man wearing a helmet and balaclava.
The occupants walk near the gate and aggressively hit it, the video ends.
The Center for National Resistance called for people to bypass the “polling stations” created by the occupiers and, if possible, to leave their homes during the “autumn aggravation of the enemy.”
- The Main Intelligence Directorate appealed to Ukrainians in the temporarily occupied territories to collect information about the pseudo-elections that the invaders want to hold, and explained what data was needed.
- The Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for Human Rights noted that the occupiers distribute Russian passports before the “voting” and control that Ukrainians check the box for Putin’s United Russia party.
- Source LIGA.net law enforcement agencies reported the data of 15 collaborators who are preparing pseudo-elections in the temporarily occupied Lugansk region.
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