The election of the head DND must pass as openly as possible and without manipulation, said Pushilin

© RIA Novosti / Sergey Againpretty in photomontages Pushilin. Archival photoThe election of the head DND must pass as openly as possible and without manipulation, said Pushilin© RIA Novosti / Sergey Againpretty the image Bank

Elections of the head of the breakaway Donetsk national Republic and deputies of Parliament must pass as openly as possible and without manipulation, said the acting head of the DNI Dennis Pushilin during a meeting with heads of administrations of cities and districts of the Republic.

«Now we need to be involved… to draw attention to the fact that the elections should be as transparent as possible, there should be no manipulation. It is important for us to once again prove that we are more democratic than those countries that we not what do not recognize, and continue to criticize», — said Pushilin, referring to the heads of administrations of cities and districts.

In addition, the acting head of the DNR noted the teamwork of the commands of the heads of cities and districts during the elections of heads and deputies in 2014 and the primaries on the territory of DND.

Putilin was appointed acting head of the DNI after the assassination of the head of the Republic Alexander Zakharchenko. While the elections of the heads of the DNI and the National Council decided to hold on November 11. This day will pass elections of the head LNR and the deputies.

The Ukrainian authorities in April 2014 began a military operation against the breakaway LC and the DNI, which declared independence after a coup in Ukraine in February 2014. According to the latest UN victims of the conflict began more than 10 thousand people.

The settlement of the situation in the Donbass is discussed, including during meetings in Minsk the contact group, which from September 2014 adopted three documents regulating the steps to de-escalate the conflict. However, after the armistice agreements between the parties to the conflict continue shooting.

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