The office of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that polling citizens at polling stations on the day of local elections on October 25, unlike a referendum, would not have direct legal consequences.
Earlier today, the Ukrainian leader addressed the residents of the country and announced a planned poll, which will consist of five questions. Zelensky has not yet disclosed other details, promising to do so later.
The president's office also said that a nationwide poll will allow "every citizen to speak out about what is really important for society, so that at the level of the entire state, public opinion can be witnessed."
TASS, citing sources, reports that one of the questions will concern the status of Donbass.