The court in Odessa is considering bringing to punishment according to the administrative code of one of candidates in mayors, the Deputy head of Internet party of Ukraine Darth Vader and Chewbacca, who accompanied him, said on Sunday Last news in the press service of the city Department of the Ministry of internal Affairs.
As told in the Ministry, the incident with Darth Vader and Chewbacca happened at some of the polling stations. They arrived at the precinct to vote, then blocked the road and staged a concert in support of the Deputy head of Internet party. The policemen asked them for identification documents, and the rights to manage the machine, but Vader and Chewbacca was. Also They are unable to vote at a polling station, As their data was missing in the list of voters.
in connection with the incident Vader and Chewbacca were captured. Employees of the police Department of the administrative records: Vader - for violation of public order, and Chewbacca for malicious disobedience of militia. Currently Kyiv Court of Odessa considers the question of the definition of redemption to them in connection with administrative protocols.
Darth Vader is the evil character of the cult of the epic "Star wars" Director George Lucas. This image was borrowed by the Deputy head of Internet party of Ukraine, which periodically appears in public in a costume consisting of a black cloak, armor and helmet, completely hiding the face.
Elections of the mayor of Odessa are held on Sunday for the second time in the last year and a half on the background of ambiguous political situation. In General, according to the interior Ministry, the situation on election day in quiet, however, documented 52 cases of violations of electoral law that relate to the majority of bribing voters and taking pictures of your ballots.
Local Elections are held in Ukraine by the new electoral law. Regional, city and district councils will be elected under the proportional system with open lists, and the deputies of village councils under majority system of relative majority. The results must be determined before November 4 and made public for five days, and in the case of the 2nd round of elections of the mayor in the big cities - not later than November 20.