Darth Vader Runs For Ukrainian Parliament

Posted: Oct 15 2014, 1:32am CDT | by , in News | Latest Political News

Darth Vader runs for Ukrainian Parliament
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Darth Vader got the support of the Ukrainian Internet Party in the October Parliament elections. Wait. There are actually 16 Darth Vaders running in the Oct. 26 election.

Darth Vader loves the Ukraine. Over the past years he showed up in the political arena in the country. Now for the upcoming parliament election there are actually 16 Darth Vaders registered. Did he clone himself?

According to Radio Free Europe, all of these Darth Vaders have different patronymics like Darth Volodymyrovych Vader. Seven Darth Vaders are from the Internet Party of Ukraine.

Just imagine any of the 16 Darth Vaders actually gets voted into Parliament. It would be Halloween all year round. The Darth Vaders are out campaigning. We have several photos of Darth Vaders campaigning in the story gallery.

The Huffington Post reports that Darth Vader is not the only Star Wars universe character that runs for Parliament. There is also Mr. Stepan Chewbacca.

Darth Vader

Below you can watch a funny campaign video of one of the Darth Vader candidates. He plays the Star Wars theme on a traditional instrument.

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