Olena Odnovol, a woman who supervised the gathering of signs for Vladimir Putin in Crimea during the presidential elections in Russia received a suspended sentence of three years and three months in Ukraine. Reads the message of the press office of the Prosecutor General’s office in Crimea.
Desnyanskiy District Court of Kyiv rendered the judgment on August 16.
It is noted that Odnovol was the founder and the supervisor of the Crimean Regional Department of All Russian public movement Volontery Pobedy and a participant of the gathering of signs in support of Putin as a candidate for the post of the Russian President in 2018.
According to the sentence, the accused is found guilty of committing a criminal offense and was sentenced to three years and three months of freedom deprivation. Based on the Ukrainian Crime Code she is exempt from serving sentence with a trial period of three years.
The conditions of the sentence between the Prosecutor and the condemned are unequivocal acceptance of the guilt in the commitment of the offense, an active cooperation in the investigation of the offense, absence of aggravating circumstances.
Reportedly, Leader of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people Refat Chubarov said that the overall voters turnout during the presidential election in Crimea actually made 42 percent - instead of 92, as Russia's Central Election Committee reported.