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As reported LigaBiznesInform, the total quantity of ballots exceeds 100 thousand units.
In all of them were stamped mark in the column'' Yes'' to support the independence of the so-called People's Republic of Donetsk''
On Slavic (Donetsk region). Detained a group of armed terrorists who were carrying boxes with pre-filled ballots "referendum" on the definition of the status of the region.
SBU detained two residents of Donetsk region who were transported by car 10 thousand blank ballots illegal "referendum".
According to information in all the ballots were pre-affixed mark "Yes" in support of federalism so-called "People's Republic of Donetsk."
We know there was going to be a vote ...They have had it on the news for days ...We see the results being shown ...Considering the military actions going on along with mercenaries running around a large number of people were in long lines to vote . Was it perfect ? It sure wasn't ideal . Were there some questionable things ? Sure but we see crap like that happening here in NA .... I have to laugh at the west saying it was not legal as if the cou imposed Govt. in Kiev was ...Bunch of hypocrites . As far as the whole world rejecting the vote ..That aint going to happen . Maybe the rest of the world should have a vote to see what they think instead a a few puppet leaders and their MSM news outlets tell us .
The overwhelming majority of voters in Donetsk Region have endorsed political independence from Kiev, the head of the Central Election Commission of the self-proclaimed ‘Donetsk People’s Republic’, Roman Lyagin, announced.
“Counting the ballots proved to be surprisingly easy – the number of people who said ‘no’ was relatively small and there appeared to be only a tiny proportion of spoiled ballots, so we managed to carry out counting quite fast. The figures are as follows: 86.7 percent voted ‘for’, 10.19 percent voted ‘against’ and 0.74 percent of ballots were rendered ineligible,” Lyagin told journalists.