In KhMAO, United Russia members are luring KhMAO residents with barrels of gasoline and car wash passes to pass a test on their knowledge of the Constitution. As sources in the political establishment told URA.RU, in this way the party in power is trying to fulfill the KPI for recruiting a base of supporters before the presidential elections in the Russian Federation. 10 days before the end of the competition, a little more than 100 thousand Ugra residents followed the referral link, which is approximately a third of the goal set by Moscow.
“10 days before the end of the competition, a little more than 100 thousand Ugra residents followed the referral link, which is approximately a third of the goal set by Moscow. Municipalities have increased the prize fund for the quiz. In Pyt-Yakh, the winner will receive an annual subscription to car wash services; in Nizhnevartovsk, barrels of gasoline are at stake. It has already reached the point where activists are sent to schools to teach “About the Important” lessons on the Constitution, and kindergartens are also involved. It is believed that children, inspired by their studies, together with their parents at home, will take a test of knowledge of the main document of the country and fill out the necessary personal data in the form,” the insider said.
According to another source, among Ugra municipalities, Beloyarsky, Nizhnevartovsky and Surgut districts are leading in attracting residents. “The outsiders were Kondinsky district, Pyt-Yakh and Kogalym. It is said that many party supporters give up the test halfway due to tricky registration,” the informant added.
In groups of local United Russia branches, offers have been published to take a test on knowledge of the Constitution and win five barrels of gasoline and an annual subscription to a car wash in Nizhnevartovsk and Pyt-Yakh. There are publications on the websites of Ugra kindergartens inviting people to take part in the quiz. You can take the test until November 25th.
The Ugra branch of United Russia did not comment on the performance indicators. “We can say that almost one hundred thousand Ugra residents have already taken part in the quiz. Traditionally, we receive the most votes from residents of large municipalities – these are Surgut, Surgutsky district, Nizhnevartovsk. We cannot say that somewhere they are more active or less active. Deputies, social activists and activists joined the quiz. A number of additional events are also taking place to mark the 30th anniversary of the constitution. As part of the lesson “Talking about Important Things,” United Russia deputies and activists are organizing lessons for high school students,” the party noted.
Earlier, URA.RU wrote that Yekaterinburg was failing the United Russia campaign before the presidential elections. Two weeks before the end of the campaign, the average percentage of task completion in the city is 4.2%.