Photo: Vyacheslav Chechilo / Facebook
Billboard style election advertising of the Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko appeared in the city of Cherkassy. It depicts part of a male head without a face with the words “the end.” The character of the poster recognized the head of state, according to “Ukrainian news”.
In social networks, Internet users have suggested that the Billboard was commissioned by supporters of Vladimir Zelensky — enemy Poroshenko in the presidential race. Others decided that the poster is the statement of the President: “I’m tired, I’m leaving.”
Some saw the Billboard a violation of the advertising legislation.
9 April it was reported that on the streets of Ukrainian cities and in the Newspapers were the propaganda posters, where Poroshenko is “worth” in front of Putin. The caption under the photo collage reads: “on April 21. A decisive choice.” The posters caused a public outcry.
April 7, Ukraine’s Central election Commission announced results of the first round of presidential elections. By results of processing of electronic and paper protocols Zelensky received 30,24 percent of the vote, Poroshenko — by 15.95 percent. The second round will be held on April 21.
Video, photo All from Russia.