Army officers vote instead of people in Bismilê

The officer of Koperî village outpost in Bismilê district in Amedê forced the residents to vote openly in the local elections. The officer threatened the people to vote for one party or he would vote on their behalf.

According to the information received, the officer in Koperî village outpost in Bismilê district in Amedê went to the village and forced the people to vote in public, also called for voting instead of the people.

A resident of the village and one of the observers to the polling station in the village, who did not want to be named for security reasons, said that the officer came to the village and forced the people to vote in public. According to the residents, the officer asked that the parents not come to the ballot polls because they would come to the village and vote instead of the parents According to the source, the officer told the people: "You have to vote for a certain party, otherwise I will vote for you."

Duplicate voices in Dersim

In the Khuzat area of ​​Dersim, soldiers tried to vote more than once. According to information, army soldiers come to polling stations in uniform and vote. Allowing them to vote more than once using their document number 124.

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