Despite the possible threat it could pose to his own long-term safety and security, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden on Sunday publicly criticized the appearance of ballot fraud and democratic corruption during national elections in Russia, the country where he has enjoyed political asylum since 2013.
While President Vladimir Putin won re-election with “unbelievable seventy-percent of the vote” on Sunday, Snowden posted a widely-shared video that appeared to show election workers stuffing ballot boxes.
While Putin does retain widespread popular support in the country, examples of government corruption are believed commonplace and evidence of ballot-stuffing were not isolated to the single video shared by Snowden.
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