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Communist Party On The Ballot For Russian Election This Year, But Putin Still Certain To Win

via Guardian News
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Vladimir Putin, acting as President, met with faction leaders of the State Duma, the Russian parliament’s lower house, to discuss their work at the Kremlin in Moscow.

The meeting included various faction leaders such as Yevgeny Primakov and Gennady Zyuganov.

“Nikolai Kharitonov joins two other candidates who were approved for the ballot last week. Kharitonov, a member of the lower house of parliament, has opposed some of Putin’s domestic policies but not Russia’s military operation in Ukraine,” a report noted. (Trending: GOP Rep. Mace Clashes Directly With Hunter Biden At Hearing)

“Although the Communist candidate typically gets the second-highest vote tally, Kharitonov does not present a significant challenge to Putin. As the party’s candidate in the 2004 election, he tallied just 13.8%.”

“A Russian politician calling for peace in Ukraine was rejected last month from the presidential ballot,” the report added.

“The elections commission refused to accept Yekaterina Duntsova´s initial nomination by a group of supporters, citing errors in the paperwork, including spelling. The Supreme Court then rejected Duntsova´s appeal against the commission´s decision.”

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