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Elections in Russia: Occupiers lure Ukrainians through flash mob

Elections in Russia: Occupiers lure Ukrainians through flash mob Photo: Occupiers lure Ukrainians through a flash mob (Getty Images)

In the temporarily occupied territories, Russian occupiers have devised a method to control attendance and simulate mass participation in the illegal presidential elections of the Russian Federation, according to the National Resistance Center.

As part of the preparation for the "presidential elections" in the occupied territories, Russians have devised a method to compel Ukrainians to report their visits to the polling stations.

The enemy has announced a flash mob called the whole family goes to the elections, where participants are instructed to post photos of their families at the polling stations on social media. All employees of fake state institutions in the occupied territory of the Luhansk region have already been notified of the mandatory participation in the flash mob.

"In this way, Russians aim to control attendance and hope to create a simulation of mass participation in the fake elections conducted for propaganda purposes," the statement reads.

Elections in Russia

From March 15 to 17, 2024, Russia will hold its regular presidential elections, spanning three days of voting. On December 8, 2023, the dictator Vladimir Putin officially announced his intention to seek re-election.

The aggressor is transporting militants to the occupied territory of Ukraine to simulate the "elections" of dictator Putin. Specifically, for this purpose, 10,000 Russian National Guard troops have arrived.

Additionally, Russian terrorists are attempting to increase voter turnout in the "presidential elections" in temporarily occupied territories through forced voting of personnel.