Navalny’s team before the State Duma elections published list of candidates for participation in “Smart Voting”. This project was created in order to unite the protest electorate and defeat the party of power “United Russia”.
At the Dagestan PEC by mistake screwed up 98% of the votes of the Green Party, while United Russia got 0% of the votes.
Experts identified anomalies in electronic voting in Moscow. At the stage of counting the votes, the FSB intervened in the process, which, according to one of the official versions, revoked the key for observers’ access to the voting system. “According to the official version, the electronic machine just counted the votes all night long. It looked like some kind of nonsense. In my opinion, the DEG results should be canceled. This is a profanation, ”municipal deputy Denis Shenderovich told The Insider The Insider.
The leaks of the largest offshore archive, in which President Zelensky and Putin’s secret lover found themselves next door, have become the subject of investigation by investigative journalists from different countries; in Russia, the authorities will try to make them outcasts, squeeze them out of the country, labeling them as a “foreign agent.” But even now, not all have left, two-thirds of the journalists – foreign agents remained, and those who did this did not stop fulfilling their public duty. Ultimately, thanks to the work of Russian journalists, including The Insider, the world community did not forget about Navalny’s poisoning in October, and readers demonstrated that even a year after the poisoning, this topic worries them more than others.
On October 22, media reported that the Taliban beheaded volleyball player Mahajabid Hakimi, member of the national youth women’s team of Afghanistan. However, the next day it turned outthat the death of the athlete is not connected with the rise of the Taliban to power. Hakimi committed suicide in early August. “Of course, this does not deny the fact that the Taliban are clearly creating gender apartheid in the country and are rolling back the progress made by the country over the past twenty years,” Anna Borshchevskaya, a researcher at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, commented on the media error in a conversation with The Insider.
Corruption in the Kremlin and government
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has published the so-called Pandora Papers. These are 12 million documents with data on the owners of offshore companies from around the world. Among them found themselves relatives of the head of “Rostec” Sergei Chemezov, General Director of Channel One Konstantin Ernst, Putin’s mistress Svetlana Krivonogikh.