Posted 21 сентября 2021, 06:27
Published 21 сентября 2021, 06:27
Modified 24 декабря 2022, 22:36
Updated 24 декабря 2022, 22:36
At the disposal of Novye Izvestia came indirect evidence of falsifications during the voting on September 17, 18, 19 in Moscow and the Moscow region. Information about the alleged stuffing concerns both regular polling stations and the digital election site - Remote electronic voting.
Experts and observers have been mocking all day with tears in their eyes about how "prettier" Moscow has become after the results from online voting were brought up. Communist candidates and candidates from "Smart Voting" who won at the stage of signing the protocols by precinct commissions abnormally passed after the inclusion of digital votes. And not even the screens that tracked the dynamics of the DEG that were not faded after the closure of the living areas, and not the delay in uploading the results, which the head of the CEC Ella Pamfilova explained by the fact that "every vote had to be printed on a printer and then counted" (although this too) cast a shadow on DEG.
At the 691st precinct in Moscow (Altufevskoe shosse, 24a), the CPRF initially defeats United Russia with 160 votes against 142, respectively.
Prior to the announcement of the results of electronic voting in the same precinct, the candidate of "UG" Denis Parfenov (174 votes) bypasses the administrative candidate Dmitry Pevtsov (143 votes).
At the 294th precinct in Moscow (street Flotskaya, d 60), the Communist Party of the Russian Federation has 135 votes against 124 for United Russia.
At polling station No. 2516 (Litovskiy Boulevard, 17/3), a representative of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation beats his main competitor, United Russia, Roman Romanenko, with a score of 188 against 151.
At the 210th polling station (Bartenevskaya str., 49/4), the distribution pattern is the same: 161 votes for Tarantov and 124 for Romanenko. On the same site, according to the protocol of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, bypasses the "United Russia" - 148 against 124.
At polling station No. 2530 (Paustovskogo st., 5/2), the Communist Party got 137 votes, and United Russia got 118.
At the exit, after sprinkling with electronic voting, as you might have guessed, in these polling stations we have absolute shape-shifters in terms of both parties and single-mandate candidates.
These protocols from the polling stations were provided to "NI" by an observer from the Liberal Democratic Party, who was on duty at one of the polling stations in the north of Moscow.
“In the Wotsap group for observers from the Liberal Democratic Party, we shared preliminary results and violations. Towards the night, when the vote count was completed and the protocols were completed (we sent their photocopies to each other), it became clear that ER did not win at any of the polling stations closed to our observers. Everywhere, absolutely everywhere, the Communist Party and the candidates from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation were in the lead, "the observer told Novy Izvestia.
The Moscow mayor's office provided the maneuver with two million votes, let us recall, also through the Million Prizes fair campaign, to which the residents of the capital were automatically connected when registering with the DEG. The participant of the action was assigned a unique personal number, which in the case of filling in electronic bulletins, the next day participated in the lottery for the drawing of apartments, cars and cash prizes. Of the 21 apartments, half, that is, 10 apartments, were raffled off between the participants on the first day of voting (apparently, to stimulate turnout precisely for the initial election day).
Now, after the quirks with electronic voting, many are wondering - were there 2,000,000 voters? How to check? No way. Blockchain is always right, commented Alexander Gorbunov on his telegram channel Stalingulag:
“E-voting has shown once again that wet fantasies about a brave new digital world that will give us transparency, equality and brotherhood are one big ********. Because how to catch the hand of analog women, screaming “police! guard! remove independent observers, they interfere with falsifying elections ”, it is understandable and customary, but what can we oppose to technological quiet boys who are ready to code any vileness at the request of people with official faces for a lot of money? Nothing. The digital revolution has taken place, and, as the history of our country teaches, it is followed by the GULAG, this time also digital. Where guards were replaced by moderators, instead of executions, an eternal ban was made, and attempts to achieve justice were replaced by a soulless blockchain, which is always right. "
In Khimki, Moscow Region, at polling station No. 3184, there is suspicious activity, one might even say otherworldly. According to a note in the voter list, a woman born in 1933, N.V. Golubeva, signed for receiving the ballot. (the scan is at the disposal of the editors). It seems to be nothing like that, only now she died long ago, the ballot was given to the deceased, her neighbors said.
“This is my neighbor. And I was a witness to everything. That is, there were two of them living there [in the apartment]: here is Tamara, in fact, and Nina. Then Nina died, only Tamara remained. This is a mother and a daughter, "- told" NI "a young man who wished to remain confidential - a neighbor of the deceased woman.
How is the vote of "dead souls" ensured?
One of the options is the collusion of PEC members with customers who have a budget for falsification.
The 19-year-old young man admitted to Novy Izvestia that he voted for United Russia at six polling stations in Moscow. For this fraud, he and people like him (they worked in a group) were paid 3-5 thousand rubles (per day). The scheme is as follows: on a tip from the curator, you need to appear at the indicated polling station and, approaching a member of the precinct commission, say the code phrase: "What good weather".
“They bring you, you go to the police station with your passport, you speak the code word quietly, and instead of your data, strangers enter”, - the source said.
According to him, he learned about this "part-time job" even during the campaign for amendments to the Constitution: "this topic was still undergoing amendments".
Offers for “part-time work” are distributed in messenger chats, mainly among the young audience, which is not particularly interested in what exactly their work will consist of - “They don't really say what to do, they say where to go. You drive up and they explain everything to you - the code word".
The young man throws off the correspondence with the curator, who gives him instructions:
“If you go with us tomorrow, write your full name. 1 carriage from the center, metro Maryino, in the underpass 1st exit to the right upstairs. And right through the passage, then to the left along the passage, there is a market in front of you, and go inside, find the central entrance near the corn, there will be Katya from Irina. *********** [phone number]. Address: Novocherkassky Boulevard, 57/1. This is the address of the shopping center (market). She also has a pay from 10 to 20 [hours] 3500P".
Such tracks, according to the source, were sent to "workers" in response to a question - how to get remuneration for their hard work. Katya from Irina at the corn gave the young people cash in hand.
The editorial board of "Novye Izvestia" learned that the young man who whispered the code word at six polling stations during this campaign to the Duma is 19 years old and suffers from drug addiction.