Vladimir Putin is set to win referendum vote that will allow him to rule Russia until 2036 – Daily Mail

Voters are reported to be in worry of losing their jobs if they fail to vote the right way.Prizes of brand-new flats, vehicles, and even pans and pots are freely on offer for those who vote, as well as coupons worth up to ₤ 46 for usage on groceries, museums, restaurants, or parking.Against all the standards, some media outlets are using a running overall of those supporting Putin based on exit polls, with the figure of a 78.6 per cent highlighted today with almost one in five tally cast.TV journalist Pavel Lobkov, of independent channel Dozhd, claimed he had actually effectively cast his tally twice, triggering the authorities to say they would invalidate all the votes in the tally box he had used.Putin enemy and anti-corruption advocate Alexei Navalny stated: Case closed. Ballot papers are being provided to voters who have currently registered to have actually voted online.A map reveals alleged offenses from Golos highlights abuses across Russia.Independent news outlet Meduza reported that in one Moscow precinct three times the total number of citizens had applied to cast their ballots online.The peculiar situation was blamed on a technical error. Forgive me but no-one is voting on benches and trunks of vehicles, no-one is voting in tents.

Citizens are reported to be in fear of losing their tasks if they fail to vote the ideal way.Prizes of brand-new flats, cars, and even pots and pans are freely on deal for those who vote, as well as vouchers worth up to ₤ 46 for usage on groceries, museums, restaurants, or parking.Against all the norms, some media outlets are providing a running overall of those supporting Putin based on exit polls, with the figure of a 78.6 per cent highlighted today with nearly one in five tally cast.TV journalist Pavel Lobkov, of independent channel Dozhd, declared he had effectively cast his ballot two times, triggering the authorities to state they would invalidate all the votes in the tally box he had used.Putin foe and anti-corruption campaigner Alexei Navalny said: Case closed. There are unconfirmed claims of buses delivering voters to ballot locations, a strategy previously criticised for rigging.Golos, election tracking group, alerted of mass coercion to vote byemployers, federal government officials and regional authorities. Ballot documents are being provided to voters who have currently registered to have voted online.A map shows declared violations from Golos highlights abuses throughout Russia.Independent news outlet Meduza reported that in one Moscow precinct three times the overall number of voters had actually applied to cast their tallies online.The strange circumstance was blamed on a technical error. They are stating on the web that it is prohibited to vote on benches and boots of automobiles. Forgive me but no-one is voting on benches and trunks of automobiles, no-one is voting in camping tents.