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Friday, January 19, 2018

Zyuganov accused Putin of fraudulent elections

Communist party leader Gennady Zyuganov complained to the election of the President of Russia: in his view, cannot be considered fair, as “representatives of party in power” has never participated in the debate.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

“What is a fair election? — Zyuganov asked the rhetorical question. — This is a real program, a strong team, which has been disclosed and Frank honest debate and correct counting of votes public count… Why in France there is in America is, in Germany there is, and we have never had a single presidential candidate from the ruling party sat down to a full debate?”.

Recall that in recent years, “United Russia” supported the election of Vladimir Putin, who was not engaged in it, and Dmitry Medvedev, the leader of the EP.

Today, however, Zyuganov himself again refused to answer the question of who becomes the presidential candidate from the Communist party in the upcoming March 2018 election. He didn’t say that either about themselves or about their colleagues, saying only that the party will not nominate a woman (such an intention on Wednesday was expressed by the leader SR Sergey Mironov).

Zyuganov explained the decision by saying that now Russia is an information war, a danger comparable to nuclear, but under such circumstances the country must be male, as it was in WWII under Joseph Stalin.

Thus the main danger for Russia, Zyuganov is considered a “Union oligarchy, anti-Soviet and Russophobic Zhirinovsky neveldine”.

Note that on 26-27 may, the Communist party intends to hold the next Congress, which could determine the presidential candidate.


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