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Cheap products brought to polling stations in Donbas to increase turnout

Source : 112 Ukraine

The most popular candidate is Chuck Norris
17:33, 11 November 2018

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Occupation authorities brought cheap products to the polling stations in occupied Donbas to increase turnout. Ukraine's Security Service reports about it on its Facebook page.

“The Kremlin has set the task: to notify about at least 50% of the voters’ turnout before 12:00. Mystifications occur massively, for the sake of a television picture with “crowds of people who want to vote.” Points for selling cheap products were opened at the polling stations - bread (but no more than 2 loaves for one person), vegetables, butter," Security Service reports.

In addition, not all residents of the pseudo-republic take the elections seriously - they spoil the ballots by writing there the name of Chuck Norris. Security Service jokingly reports this is the most popular candidate. "Even the mobile connection and the site of the so-called "CEC" of the terrorists did not withstand such a frank fake and is not working," the Security Service adds.

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko urged Ukrainians living in the occupied Donbas not to vote in the fake elections on November 11. The president said this during his visit to Paris; there's a video published on his Facebook page.

'I appeal to those Ukrainians who are now forced to reside in the occupied territories - do not give your vote, do not participate in the fake elections,' Poroshenko said.

The president added that Russia was behind the so-called elections in the Donetsk and Luhansk occupied territories in order to choose the puppets they had already appointed.

Related: Donbas elections not to be recognized either by Ukraine or international community, - MFA

Related: Results of “elections” in occupied Donbas null and void, - Ukraine's part of Trilateral Contact Group

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