Vladimir Putin’s controversial constitutional referendum has raised concerns about election fraud, which will lead him to rule Russia in 2036 until the age of 83.
The picture shows that during the pandemic, as the voting proceeded, the Russians voted in peculiar temporary polling stations on tree stumps, car boots, children’s playgrounds and park benches.
Putin was approved in the vote that ended on July 1, and will allow Putin to seek two more six-year terms after his term expires in 2024.
As the Russian economy made a comeback under the influence of the coronavirus epidemic and the plunge in oil prices, his approval rate hit a record low.
His prestige reached 59%, the lowest level since he became president in 2000.
However, the possibility of a referendum against him is very small.
Vladimir Putin’s approval rate hits record low-but he is expected to win a referendum to maintain his power until 2036
According to reports, people have been able to vote twice-online voting and using normal voting.
In a poll that allowed voting at any time between June 25 and July 1, there was worrying claims about massive coercion of state employees.
According to reports, voters worry that if they do not vote in the “right” way, they will lose their jobs.
Publicly available new apartments, cars and even pots and pans prizes, and vouchers worth up to £46 can be used in grocery stores, museums, restaurants or parking lots.
In violation of all norms, some media provided consecutive votes in support of Putin based on the exit poll. Today’s figure is 78.6%, which is almost one-fifth of the votes.
Pavel Lobkov, a TV reporter on the independent channel Dozhd, claimed that he had successfully voted twice, prompting the authorities to invalidate all the votes in the ballot box he used.
Alexei Navalny, Putin’s enemy and anti-corruption campaigner, said: “The case is closed.
“The system counted two votes.
Obviously, in this way, each state employee will receive 30 votes (in favor of Putin). “
Russian policewomen in Soviet military uniforms participate in the Victory Day parade
After the parade on the Victory Day to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the victory of the Second World War, the T-14 Armata chariot (rear) followed the T-80BVM chariot to Vasilyevsky Spusk square
If the milestone change passes (as is generally expected), Putin will be legally eligible for two more terms until he is 83 years old, effectively becoming the tsar’s life.
Gay marriage will also be banned, and “belief in God” will be included in the Constitution.
Putin declared that it was fair to see the votes, but people expressed doubts about it.
A so-called “voting station” in St. Petersburg Park clearly shows that the ballots were secretly tucked into a box.
Voting official Grigory Margolin-Kagansky admitted: “We saw something similar to the ballot in the video.
“This story is also being examined. There is evidence that this story is false, but it does worry us.
“Therefore, we cannot say that the verification has been completed. We will continue to study this issue.”
There is an unconfirmed claim that the bus sent voters to the polling station, a strategy previously criticized for manipulation.
Electoral monitoring team Golos warns of “massive bullying”
Employers, government officials and local authorities.
In the initial vote, “the secret of (voters) will not always be guaranteed.”
Citizens are forced to fill in ballots on benches, tree stumps and car boots in front of other voting participants and members. [electoral] commission. “
Ballot papers will be issued to voters who have registered to vote online.
A map showing Golos’ alleged violations highlights the “abuse” of Russia.
Independent news outlet Meduza reported that in a Moscow jurisdiction, three times as many voters apply for online voting.
Special circumstances are attributed to “technical errors”.
Senior Russian election officials provoked the vote during the Coronavirus crisis, leading to outdoor voting.
‘I was sent [messages] Ella Pamfilova said that he apparently did not understand the temporary polling stations in 11 time zones in Russia.
They said on the Internet that it is illegal to vote on car benches and boots.
“Please forgive me, but no one voted on the bench and car trunk, no one voted on the tent.
“There is no provision to vote on benches and car boots.”
Putin said this week that the most important task is to ensure that “the results of the national vote are absolutely true and legal.
Voters should not be bullied, nor should the voter turnout be artificially exaggerated. “In this way, no one will doubt the position expressed by the people.”