The Russian government has used social media to encourage its citizens to vote in upcoming elections, including a campaign to encourage people to post selfies of themselves voting.
The campaign is called “Putin in Your Face” and it is part of a broader effort to promote Russia’s authoritarian government as a democratic model.
The “Russia in Your Faces” campaign has been running since March, with a goal of encouraging people to vote using the hashtag #PutininYourFace.
According to the campaign’s website, the campaign is designed to get people thinking about the importance of democracy, and to spread information that “creates an environment that encourages people to engage in a meaningful and positive way in their daily lives.”
The hashtag is also meant to create an atmosphere of respect and support for the Russian government.
The campaign was originally organized by the Kremlin-backed Internet Research Agency and has now been expanded by Russia’s state-owned propaganda arm, RT, according to the RT News blog.
RT published a video last week in which it suggested people should vote for Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin.
“It’s important to know the truth, because if you don’t, you can lose everything,” the narrator said.
“And if you do, you have no other choice than to do everything in your power to keep Putin in power.”
The “Putin In Your Face”-style campaign aims to encourage Russians to vote for Putin and is being run by Russia Today, Russia’s main state-funded news outlet.
The channel also published a news video in February that said, “There is a lot of work to be done.
We will help the new government of Russia, the new president of Russia and the new parliament in the coming months.
We’re not afraid of you.”
In addition to RT and Russia Today , the Russian State Information Agency also ran a similar campaign earlier this month, but the campaign has yet to gain much traction on social media.
The Kremlin has long been seen as a powerful force in Russia, which has long relied on propaganda to drive its public image.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly denied allegations that his government interfered in the 2016 presidential election.
In the past, the Kremlin has sought to cultivate its image as a democracy and a leader who supports democracy and human rights.
It has used propaganda to help its political adversaries, including by creating a virtual army of Russian state employees who are seen as credible and trustworthy, and has used public appearances to push the agenda.
Russia has long used its media outlets to promote the Kremlin’s narrative that the United States is an enemy of Russia.
In 2016, RT published an article titled “A Great Power, America is a Great Country” that was widely criticized for portraying the United Kingdom as an enemy.
The article was later retracted and the publication of the article was banned in the United states, which is a sign that the Kremlin is trying to distance itself from the American media.