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Russians send military to 'presidential elections' in occupation

Russians send military to 'presidential elections' in occupation Russians send military to "presidential elections" in occupation (photo:

Russian terrorists are attempting to increase turnout in the so-called "presidential elections" in the temporarily occupied territories through forced voting of personnel, according to the National Resistance Center.

The main goal of the "elections" in the occupation is not the election of the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin but rather achieving a "high turnout" to demonstrate support for the occupation by the locals.

"To increase the number of voters, the Russians organized "elections" in their occupation units in the TOT. Deputy commanders are responsible for the turnout. The occupation forces are supposed to complete the voting by March 15, and their ballots will be the basis for falsifying the turnout," the CNS adds.

Photo: Russians are forcing military personnel to "vote" in the presidential elections in the occupation (

Elections in Russia

The presidential elections in Russia will last three days - from March 15 to 17, 2024. On December 8, 2023, Putin officially announced his intention to run for re-election.

As Reuters reported, in this case, Putin will be able to remain in power at least until 2030. Moreover, the press secretary of the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov, has already stated that Putin will be re-elected with 90% of the votes.

Recently, it became known that Boris Nadezhdin was denied registration as a candidate in the presidential elections in Russia. He was considered Putin's "main competitor" in the voting.