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in villages on the scene Ukraine's conflict lines queuing is part of daily life , five years of conflict between government forces and Russian backed separatists have followed a many voters want one thing the club you should not need it whoever promises peace to us to rebuild our homes we will fight for them not so we needs more than thirteen thousand people have been killed in the conflict a quarter of them civilians , results of a in the country's mainly Russian speaking Donetsk region was captured by rebels in twenty fourteen to re taken by government troops the following year but the fighting hasn't stopped chalet Weegee's dividing is going on all the time yesterday morning it was really thundering it happens almost every day and every night , neckline this family live on government controlled land just six hundred meters from the separatist trenches in a home that's barely survived the shelling yeah right at that that we need peace everyone says you need to sit down and negotiate everyone says we need peace , that might not be the ultimate goal of many Ukrainian soldiers who will also be casting their ballots a year these loser not but soldiers don't want just peace they want victory if he wins he cranes current president portion goes about to take a tougher stance against Russia well these two main rivals want to include the US and other western allies in peace talks