INSIDER: Results of the referendum. Crimeans are afraid to express their discontent

Euromaidan PR

e7d13be-----.jpg.pagespeed.ce.6PoAWJCS_d.jpgSevastopol is a heated topic of discussion once again. Crimea entered world trends in social networks by numbers of citations and intensity of discussion. The peninsula has probably never been such a focus of attention since the Crimean War in 1853-1856.

The international community held its breath anticipating the results of the referendum on March 16. However, its main results will not be votes but low turnout.

The self-proclaimed government has counted 75.9% voters, while independent observers report only about 50% of Crimeans who voted. And this is after the necessary percent was ‘cooked’ in many different ways.

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