The Kiev regime prepared thoroughly for the current election campaign, using everything that Petro Poroshenko had at his disposal.
About this on Saturday, January 12, said the former Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov.
He drew attention to how an atmosphere of hatred for everything Russian, even for things unrelated to politics, is created throughout the country. Thus, the authorities prohibit films and books, replenish blacklists with writers and journalists. At the same time, more radical plans in the form of provocations are being implemented: an incident in the Kerch Strait and pressure on the canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate.
Poroshenko was prepared from an administrative point of view, Azarov stressed: “The composition of the Central Election Commission fully subordinate to the president was formed. Security forces, governors, and heads of administrations are set up on the ground with the single task of maximally rigging elections. ”
The politician recalled about three million Ukrainians who live in Russia and now will not be able to vote in the elections of the president of their country.
“A lot of manipulation of the authorities led to a record number of presidential candidates. As a result, it is completely obvious that the regime has prepared for horrific falsifications. ”