VKontakte blocked the official group of the Moscow City Committee of the Communist Party of Russia (KPRF). It published information about election violations. SOTA drew attention to the blocking.
On the plate that VKontakte shows on blocked pages, it is indicated that the reason for the blocking was that the group was captured by ill-wishers.
In the elections held in Russia on September 9-11, hundreds of violations were traditionally recorded. For example, in Ryazan, the Center for Public Observation proposed violating the secrecy of the vote in order to write a statement against the voter. The public activists learned that someone had spoiled the ballot with “insults” against the Russian army, and instructed the members of the election commission to remove the spoiled ballot from the ballot box, and also suggested that they contact the “relevant authorities”.