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First results of Russian presidential elections voting in occupied Crimea appeared

International partners and Kyiv do not recognize Russian elections in the annexed Crimea
21:17, 18 March 2018
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According to the first results of voting at the presidential elections in occupied Crimea, after counting 20.49% of the ballots, Putin receives 91.69% of the votes there. This is reported by RBC.

The result in Sevastopol after processing 1.10% of the protocols is 91.52%.

Earlier, the chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, Refat Chubarov, said that there was a low turnout in Crimea elections and facts of pressure on the Crimean Tatars were reported.

It was also reported that in the annexed Sevastopol, all those who voted on March 18 at the presidential elections were given commemorative medals.

It should be noted that international partners and Kyiv do not recognize Russian elections in annexed Crimea, stressing that this fact also distorts the results of the voting as a whole.
Earlier we reported that NO independent observers are present at the Russian presidential elections in the annexed Crimea.
"There are no independent observers in Crimea, in fact, there are only public activists who want and have the opportunity to observe the course of this election campaign. There are no foreign observers, there are also no observers from the opposition candidates in Crimea, therefore all those who take part in the organization of elections on the Crimean peninsula can do anything," said first deputy head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, Nariman Dzhelal
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