Former SDS Official: Brutal Electoral Fraud, over 120000 DPMNE voters removed

The DPMNE always delivers at minimum of 450,000 votes, during each election cycle – says former high ranking SDS official Ljupco Palevski in an interview with TV Nova.


During this election, despite lower voter turnout, we know for a fact that the entire DPMNE voting body was out and voting. Yet, the results are drastically different from all the years before – says Palevski and continued:

This is because of the local voters list. Even though people were voting, it didn’t matter. It didn’t matter who voted and who counted the votes. What matters is who prepared the voter list. All voter lists at local level are sent to the SEC. We will let you vote, yes, but your vote is not counted because the official voter list, the one that goes to the SEC is different, shortened and you’re not on it. The VMRO-DPMNE areas in Macedonia saw their voting list shortened by 250-300 people daily since the elections in December of 2016. This means over 120,000 VMRO voters have been removed from local lists across the country. The SEC which is controlled by Zaev used their own data to identify which areas in Macedonia have the biggest concentration of VMRO voters. Then at local levels the voters lists were changed quite simply be removing VMRO voters. You can’t commit bigger fraud than this – exhaled Palevski.

What Palevski explains here is the following: Lets say a local polling station welcomes 200 voters, presumably 150 are DPMNE supporters and 50 are SDS supporters. However, the ‘official’ voter list that gets sent to the SEC has only 75 voters on it. All 200 are allowed to vote, but the list and results sent to the SEC show 75 of which only 25 votes go for DPMNE and 50 for SDS. Simple and efficient fraud.

Considering Palevski was a long time high ranking SDS official, this man knows what he is talking about. His interview for Nova TV, in addition to the fraud already reported makes this the biggest electoral fraud in Macedonia, and we have had some pretty bad elections in the 1990s.

Palevski is the one who sent us photo of CIA operatives within the US Embassy in Skopje meeting with SDS officials in coffee shops at 11:30pm two days before the general elections in 2016. Palevski was briefly detained by Zaev’s police, where he was threatened to ‘stop’ his activities. I am tipping my hat off to Ljupco, the man has courage.

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