Donbas militants report detention of Ukraine's Security Service official for attempt to disrupt elections

Source : 112 Ukraine

The alleged agent planned to undermine the container with the voting papers on November 11
12:20, 21 November 2018

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The militants of the “Donetsk People’s Republic” (DPR) have declared the detention of the “agent of the Security Service of Ukraine” (SBU), who supposedly prepared the “sabotage for the disruption of the elections” on November 11 as the separatist media reported.

It is noted that the so-called “Ministry of State Security” held the “special operation” and detained a man during the pass of the incendiary device to the “member of the commission” on November 11 at the back room of one of the “polling stations.” A commission’s member should put the device in the container with voting papers.

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“According to the terrorist act plan, the device equipped with the electronic ignition and timer should be activated after the transportation of the mentioned container and other containers from the polling stations to “Central Election Commission.” Subsequently, the large-scale fire should take place and it could lead to the heavy casualties,” the message said.

The “Ministry of State Security” noted that it succeeded to prevent “the sabotage” and detain the “SBU agent.”

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The so-called elections took place in the occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions on November 11. The voters elected the leaders of 'people's republics' and their representatives in the parliaments of the 'republics.'

It was reported that Leonid Pasechnyk was chosen as the "head" of the self-proclaimed republic at the illegal "elections" in the separate parts of Luhansk regions (Luhansk People's Republic). Denis Pushilin was "elected" as the head of the territory of Donetsk region occupied by the pro-Russian militants (Donetsk People's Republic).

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