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Ukraine: 'We didn't see any violations' - International observer of Crimea vote01:13

Ukraine: 'We didn't see any violations' - International observer of Crimea vote

Ukraine, Simferopol
March 17, 2014 at 10:41 GMT +00:00 · Published

Ukraine: 'We didn't see any violations' - International observer of Crimea vote

Sunday's referendum in Crimea to rejoin Russia was carried out in accordance with international law, stated Johan Beckman, international observer at the referendum in Crimea, during a Simferopol press conference, Monday.

Beckman also went on to add that voting at polling stations was carried out in accordance with the constitution of Ukraine.

Some 96.77 percent of voters said 'yes' to Crimea rejoining the Russian Federation on Sunday. There were 1,233,002 votes ‘for’ integration, with the total number of those who voted standing at 1,274,096 people. The turnout was 83.1 percent.

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Ukraine: 'We didn't see any violations' - International observer of Crimea vote

Sunday's referendum in Crimea to rejoin Russia was carried out in accordance with international law, stated Johan Beckman, international observer at the referendum in Crimea, during a Simferopol press conference, Monday.

Beckman also went on to add that voting at polling stations was carried out in accordance with the constitution of Ukraine.

Some 96.77 percent of voters said 'yes' to Crimea rejoining the Russian Federation on Sunday. There were 1,233,002 votes ‘for’ integration, with the total number of those who voted standing at 1,274,096 people. The turnout was 83.1 percent.