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Militant Khodakovsky said that the "DPR" was not initially going to hold elections 03/03/2016 22:55:14. Total views 718. Views today — 1.

The so-called former "secretary of the National Security Council of the DPR" Aleksander Khodakovsky said that representatives of the militants initially understood that there were no possibilities for holding "local elections" on the temporarily occupied territory of Donbass. He stated this in an interview with Ruskiy reporter.

"There are no elections and there won’t be any. We knew about it and did not cheat. We have a fairly high level of access to information. We knew that there wouldn’t be any elections, but also that they were not desirable for us now,"- said Khodakovsky.

He also called first to wait for the elections in Russia and then "shake situation" with elections in the "DPR".

"It is not necessary to shake the situation in Russia with what’s happening now, we are ready to wait," - he said.

As previously reported, to hold local elections on the occupied territories under Ukrainian law is the key condition of the Minsk agreements, which was also signed by the leader of the "DPR" Zakharchenko.

Aleksander Khodakovsky - a former employee of the SSU, since the first days of the Russian hybrid war against Ukraine he broke the oath and became one of the leaders of Donbass terrorists. In the struggle for power and control over cash flows he was in confrontation with the so-called "head of the DPR" Alexander Zakharchenko.