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Fedorov told how the occupiers plan to hold a "referendum" in Melitopol

06 Aug, 2022
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Fedorov told how the occupiers plan to hold a "referendum" in Melitopol

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The Russian occupation authorities of Melitopol intend to hold a so-called "referendum" within a week, using methods of intimidation.


The occupiers will walk through apartment buildings with weapons, be accompanied by police or FSB officers, and conduct a survey.

The mayor of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov, spoke about this during a national news broadcast on Saturday, August 6.

The occupiers want to hold a referendum for 7 days. They want to hold it with the help of elders who will go from house to house and interrogate residents, but accompanied by machine gunners and a police officer or the FSB.

Ivn Fedorov

As Fedorov explained, within 7 days, the representatives of the occupying authorities "can draw whatever figure they want."


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