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Friday, April 13, 2018

Joke “will be worse” in the “United Russia” considered a threat to the voters


Humorous campaign slogan “Will be worse” was the reason for complaints about his used of the candidate in the “United Russia”, the phrase was considered a threat to the voters.

The slogan “Belova, or else!” sounded at the end of the video of the candidate in the city Duma Torzhok (Tver oblast) Marina Belova, a member of the Board of “Open Russia”: with these words, her assistant made a video about registration Belova as a candidate.

The phrase “Will be worse” became popular in the Network during the state Duma elections of 2016, when the chief editor of the portal “Mediazone” Sergey Smirnov “Vela” on Twitter stolichnuy election campaign under this slogan.

Now the opponent Belova, representing the “United Russia” Dmitry Tsirulev, written statement to the territorial election Commission of Torzhok. The text of the complaint it considered that the phrase “threat to the voters” and the pressure on them. In the text of the complaint Tsiruleva are the words heard in the video: “vote, and it will be worse!”

She Belova in the comments to our newspaper said he did not consider the phrase as its slogan, it only said the assistant of the candidate during the dialogue in the car. Belova said that the complaint refers to the humorous, although in recent days and feels the pressure: thus, participation in the annual festival, which she organizes in restoring her village Jackdaws under Torzhok, one after the other refused a number of businessmen.

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