Russia plans to speed up mobilization in Lugansk region: they will look for "conscripts" during the "elections"
The Russian occupation troops have decided to speed up the pace of mobilization in the temporarily seized Luhansk Region of Ukraine. The so-called "military committees" set up by the occupants have been instructed to this effect.
The aggressor country ordered them to speed up the so-called military registration of "conscripts" and "persons liable for military duty" among residents of the occupied region. This was reported in the Center for National Resistance on Sunday, September 3.
The authors note that they plan to use the so-called "elections" for this purpose. During the fake vote, the occupants plan to refine the lists of persons who can be mobilized.
It is for this purpose that the occupation administrations allowed citizens to use any identity document when registering at "polling stations". This includes the use of Ukrainian passports and driver's licenses.
The Center for National Resistance urged Ukrainians in the territories temporarily occupied by the enemy not to visit the "polling stations" created by the invaders. In addition, residents of the occupied cities were advised to leave their homes if possible for the period of "autumn aggravation" of the enemy, because the Kremlin needs the elections only as a propaganda picture, and their results are determined in advance.
Recall that in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine on August 31 started "elections to local councils of the Russian Federation". Pseudo-voting for pseudo-candidates will be held until September 8, the invaders are doing everything to show propagandists "high turnout" of the population.
For this purpose, students and budgetary workers from Russian regions neighboring the Ukrainian territory will be brought to the polling stations as early as September 8.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, fake Russian "administrations" in the temporarily seized territories of Ukraine are trying by all means to force Ukrainians to vote in pseudo-elections. The occupiers told residents fables, saying that they would "allow" to vote even without a Russian passport.