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In Donetsk, Ukrainian journalists were not allowed to film at pseudo-referendum

13.05.2014, 23:48

In Donetsk, at the "referendum" on independence of the so-called «Donetsk People’s Republic», conducted by the terrorists, Ukrainian journalists were not allowed to photograph or film.

At the same time, other journalists, like filming crews of Russian television and supporters of the «Donetsk People’s Republic», are allowed to film.

Because the number of «polling stations» that opened was several times smaller than usual, the people are being redirected to locations where those “stations” are working.

There are no lists of voters, the bulletins were given based only on passports with registration in Donetska oblast. One of the activists in Donetsk informed UNIAN that he voted at 5 polling stations already. 

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