Jaromir Vasek, a correspondent for the Czech newspaper Nasha Pravda, said that he did not find any violations during the referendum on the entry of the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) into the Russian Federation. About it informs TASS.
“This morning, I observed the situation at various polling stations in Lugansk and did not see any violations. Everything is calm here, there are no troubles,” Vashek said.
The correspondent also noted that local residents are ready to participate in the referendum.
“Everyone is ready to vote for joining Russia,” he added.
On September 23, a referendum began on the entry of the LDNR, Zaporozhye and Kherson into Russia. Polling stations were also opened on the territory of temporary accommodation centers for internally displaced persons.
“As for your fellow countrymen who ended up in Russia by the will of fate, the Russian Central Election Commission and our colleagues in the regions will provide all necessary assistance so that each of them can also vote,” said Ella Pamfilova, head of the Central Election Commission.