- In all five regions, majorities voted for independence from the Russian Federation
- “The results of the online polls showed two important trends. First, the ideas of territorial independence are rooted in society living in the ‘Russian Empire’. Second, the Russian authorities are afraid of us – free citizens,” write the organizers of the poll.
- They announce that they will try to legalize the vote and present a preliminary plan for further action within a month.
- More important information can be found on the Onet home page
The referendum, called the “National Internet Referendum on Self-Determination of the Republics of the Russian Federation,” was held in five Russian regions: Kaliningrad Oblast, Ingria, Kuban, Siberia, and the Urals. It took place from February 16 to 28 and a total of 5.6 million people attended, organizers said.
In all five regions, majorities voted for independence from the Russian Federation. In the Kaliningrad region, 72.1 percent. Votes to secede Russia, in Ingria – 66.2 percent, in the Urals – 68.2 percent, in Siberia 63.9 percent. Voters prefer independence, 55.7 percent in Kuban.
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“The results of the online polls showed two important trends. First, the ideas of territorial independence have taken root in the society living in the ‘Russian Empire’. Second, the Russian authorities are afraid of us – free citizens. They are afraid. The consequences of our will. Successful referendums are only the first step towards the path to self-determination of the republics. – Inform the referendum organizers that they will try to legitimize the vote and present a preliminary plan for further action within a month.
The referendum was held by members of the initiative groups, who announced their vote on January 30 during the 5th Postrushya forum. Among the initiators were Evgenij Bursanilis-Malinovy Glin, Stanislav Pavlovsky-Suslov from the Political Movement for Independence Kuban, and Andrias Almanis from the Federation of Independent Federations of Siberia.
Head of Ukrainian Military Intelligence (HUR) Kyrylo Budanov believes that Russia will eventually withdraw its forces from the territory. Ukraine. He believes that after the war, Ukraine should have some control over Russia and that a transfer of power will take place in 2023.
In turn, after the defeat of Russian troops in Ukraine, the ethnic republics of the Russian Federation will issue an ultimatum to the Kremlin, the advisor to the President of Ukraine, Mykhailo Podoliak, is convinced.
Source: unian.ua, focus.ua
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