Moscow removes deputy candidate Oksana Eskina after she proposes to build a mosque
In the capital, Oksana Eskina lost her chance to become a deputy – the woman offered to build a mosque, but in the end she was banned from voting.
About it writes Rise edition.
The Russian woman published the following program in her Telegram channel: lobby for the construction of the first municipal animal shelter on the territory of the Vnukovskoye settlement, far from the residential sector; build the first registry office in the settlement of Vnukovskoye; build mosques; reduce the Maintenance and Repair rates to ₽31.46; support the residents of Solntsevo Park in changing the management company PIK-Comfort to another management company; open a passage near the Pykhtino park; open all entrances and exits to the Pykhtino park; support residents in installing barriers in their yards; to conduct an audit at Grad Invest (PIK boiler house) in order to return to the residents of Solntsevo Park an overpayment of 61% for 5 months.
However, voters were strongly outraged by the proposal to build a Muslim place of worship. First, the dissatisfied expressed their anger in the comments under the post (because of which they had to be closed), and then they began to poison the woman on social networks, posting her intimate photos. The coordinator of the Moscow branch of the LDPR, Dmitry Koshlakov-Krestovsky, told the journalist of the publication that Oksana Yeskina, despite what happened, had a real chance of winning, but she was removed from the elections.
“Deputies are not people from outer space, they represent and reflect our society, which is largely contradictory. Therefore, the statements and decisions of politicians always have both supporters and opponents. In order to decide who is more and came up with elections. If, as individual bloggers write, Oksana Eskina’s program has caused someone dislike, then the best way to check this is to allow her to vote. And we believe that she had every chance to win. However, her candidacy was withdrawn on formal grounds. And we will not be able to check the real attitude of the inhabitants towards it, ”said Koshlakov-Krestovsky.