Occupying ‘authorities’ to involve Ukrainian students in Russian ‘presidential elections’ as observers to falsify results, says NRC


The so-called "authorities" of the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories plan to involve students in the Russian "presidential elections" as observers, the National Resistance Center (NRC) reported on Feb. 4.

All higher education institutions are obliged to send students to the "elections" as observers. According to the NRC, they will be trained to falsify the results.

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The next “presidential election” in Russia is scheduled for March 15-17, 2024. In order to achieve a high turnout, it will be possible to vote in one's place of residence even without a Russian passport. This will help to use pre-prepared groups of "voters" in several neighboring polling stations, the NRC said.

The head of Russia's Central Election Commission, Ella Panfilova, said on Dec. 7 that her agency would consider holding presidential elections in the occupied territories of Ukraine – in Crimea, and in the occupied parts of Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhya, and Kherson oblasts.

Earlier, the Commission registered Putin as a presidential candidate, the Russian propaganda news agency RIA Novosti reported on Jan. 29.

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