Crimeans remembered their native peninsula voting in the second round of presidential election
Today, citizens of Ukraine mark their ballots and make a point in the presidential race. Some of those Crimeans who were recognized in person at polling stations had already reported that they had made their choice.
“One day we will all gather in the Crimea, liberated from the Russian occupiers,” Refat Chubarov, Head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, wrote on his Facebook page.
Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis Akhtem Chiygoz, judging by the time of his selfie from the polling station, was one of the first to come for voting
Ombudsperson of Ukraine Lyudmila Denisova also managed to meet with the prisoners in the Lukyanovka detention center on election day, to make sure no rights are being infringed
The polling station of a member of the National Council on Television and Radio Sergey Kostinsky is in Kyiv, not far from the monument to the pilot Amet-Khan Sultan. Kostinsky shared his photograph with the bust of the hero and stressed that Amet-Khan Sultan fought with the enemy until complete victory.
Hopefully, I voted the way most of my countrymen, Ukrainians of Crimea and Crimean Tatars did, being determined to fight against the aggressor state, Kostinsky wrote.
Co-organizer of the CrimeaSOS initiative, Tamila Tasheva, voted in the town of Irpen.
“I talked a lot with people, I heard particularly interesting thoughts when I was wearing a green coat :),” journalist Tatyana Kurmanova shared on the social network.
Sevgil Musaieva, Editor-in-chief of Ukrainska Pravda, voted in New York. She had to get to the polling station for four hours.
Neither the era of dignity, nor the era of poverty will end on April 21. Tomorrow will be a new day, and Ukraine and we still have a lot of hard and painstaking work ahead of us,” Musaieva wrote.