Israel Arconada Gomez

Versions of names: Israel Arconada Gómez; Исраэль Гомес Арконада; Israel Homes Arconda; Katu Arkonada; Katu Arconada

Israel Arconada Gómez is from Spain and lives in Mexico. He was initially arrested in Spain as an alleged Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA) member but was later released due to insufficient evidence.


Individual Observers at the 2023 territorial pseudo-elections in the occupied territories of Ukraine

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According to Mexican writer Israel Arconada Gomez, the international observers did not record any facts "of pressure and bribing" at the referendum in the LPR. He added that "holding a referendum is a step of the political settlement of a conflict, the implementation of the people’s right to self-determination guaranteed by the UN Charter," noting that nobody was forced to participate. "The referendum was organized in accordance with accepted standards," he added.

Corresponding elections

From 8 to 10 September 2023, the Russian forces organised widely condemned regional and municipal elections in the regions of occupied Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia, and Kherson. The results were largely rejected by the international community, with North Korea and Syria being the only ones to explicitly recognise them.
During the “presidential elections” held in Russia from 15-17 March 2024, Vladislav Davankov (“New People” party), Nikolay Kharitonov (Communist Party), Vladimir Putin, and Leonid Slutsky (Liberal-Democratic Party) competed for the presidency. Enabled to run yet again by controversial constitutional amendments effective 4 July 2020, Putin dominated the “elections” together with his controlled “opposition” excluding genuine opposition figures. These “elections” occurred under Putin’s regime control, both within Russia and illegally in occupied Ukrainian territories, including Donetsk, Kherson, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia, ARC and Sevastopol.