The correspondent of the Czech newspaper Nasha Pravda Jaromir Vasek said that he did not find any violations during the referendum on the accession of the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) to the Russian Federation. This is reported by TASS.
“This morning, I observed the situation at various polling stations in Lugansk and did not see any violations. Everything is calm here, there is no trouble,” said Vashek.
The correspondent also noted that the local population is ready to participate in the referendum.
“Everyone is ready to vote to join Russia,” he added.
On September 23, a referendum on the accession of LDNR, Zaporozhye and Kherson to Russia began. Election precincts were also opened in the territory of temporary accommodation centers for internally displaced persons.
As for your compatriots who happened to be in Russia, the Central Electoral Commission of Russia and our colleagues in the regions will provide all necessary assistance so that each of them can vote,” said Ella Pamfilova, Speaker of the Parliament. Central Election Commission.