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17 August 2017
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Ballot boxes were sealed with plasticine at some polling stations in Crimea

Journalists who noticed this were asked to leave polling station

The ballot boxes were sealed with plasticine stamps at the polling station №45 in Simpheropol (district №1).

According to television journalists, who worked at the polling station №45, situated at the Crimean Medical University named after Georgievskyi, according to the words of commission representatives, the stamps, which the Central Electoral Commission gave, were broken, that is why the ballot boxes had to be sealed with the plasticine.

Moreover the television journalists assure that after some period of time they were asked to leave the territory of the polling station. 4 television channels, among the 5 television channels, which worked at the 45th district, were all Ukrainian.

According to operative data, the plasticine stamps were found not only at the 45th district, but also at the range of the districts in Simpheropol. 

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