Ukraine’s CEC went over the top with deadwood voters

Political analyst and economist Oleksandr Dudchak, on his Facebook page, commented on the CEC’s information that the turnout in the presidential elections in Ukraine was 62.8%.

“In absolute numbers – 18,893,879 people. This means that the total number of voters in the opinion of the CEC is 30,085,795. Previously, 35.6 million were written, but this would be a bust, which is 1.2 million more than in the 2014 elections. The number of citizens who have reached the age to vote, i.e. 18 years old is approximately 70% of the total population in the country. Thus, the CEC claims that the population of Ukraine is more than 42 million! Does anyone believe in this?” the expert writes.

He drew attention to the fact that just over half a million people voted abroad, although there are more than 1.5 million Ukrainians in Poland alone, for whom only 4 polling stations were opened. But in Russia they did not discover a single one.

“But the station in Antarctica voted. As well as prisons and madhouses,” stated Dudchak.

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