Vávra Suk

Versions of names: Вавра Сук
Sweden

Vavra Suk is a Swedish politician and writer. After the period of active participation in the Swedish Democrats, he co-founded the National Democrats, where he was a party secretary. Vavra Suk left the party in 2012. For several years, he was editor-in-chief of the National Democrats magazine National Today until 2012. At the end of the same year, he became editor-in-chief of the far-right newspaper New Times (Nya Tider). Vávra Suk has been cooperating with Prigozhin's AFRIC since 2018. He was part of the politically biased election observation mission in the 2018 Russian presidential election, the 2018 Zimbabwean general elections and the 2020 all-Russian voting on amendments to the constitution in Russia.

Missions

Individual observers at the 2018 Russian presidential election

not identified

Institutional affiliation to Nya Tider magazine

Official function: Institutional affiliation to Free West Media website

AFRIC observers at the 2018 Zimbabwean general elections

not identified

Institutional affiliation to Nya Tider magazine

Official function: Institutional affiliation to Free West Media website

International experts at the 2020 All-Russian Voting in Russia

No affiliation

Institutional affiliation to Nye Tider (Chief Editor)

Увиденный мной процесс является транспарентным и демократическим. Система электронного голосования позволяет включить больше граждан в избирательный процесс. Мы были на встрече с представителями Общественной Палаты и убедились, что органы власти стремятся включить в избирательный процесс всех, включая оппозицию, представители которой могут быть наблюдателями. Например, мы видели людей с символикой организаций, поддерживающих ЛГБТ. Данные люди отрицательно относятся к поправкам, но, тем не менее, они вклю

Corresponding elections

legitimate
The seventh presidential election in Russia was held on 18 March 2018. With the exception of the election in Russia-annexed Crimea, this election is considered legitimate. The election held in Crimea for the Russian presidency is internationally considered to be an illegitimate election, see more on this at the election page 2018 Russian presidential election in annexed Crimea.
legitimate
On 30 July 2018, Zimbabwe held general elections to elect the president and members of both houses of parliament. For the first time since 2002, Western institutions sent several missions to monitor the elections in Zimbabwe following the coup d’état in 2017.
legitimate
In order to have a possibility to stay in power until 2036, Russian President Vladimir Putin decided, in January 2020, to change the Constitution of the Russian Federation and legitimise its change through the “all-Russian voting”.