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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Navalny has a competitor: truckers candidate put forward in presidents of Russia

He at one time led the truckers protested against the system of collection of tolls on Federal highways “Plato”. “We represent the lower classes, whose interests are not represented in the masses. This truckers, self-employed, and the unemployed — who do not pay attention state,” — say the activists.

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Not for the first month across the country, the confrontation of the drivers of large trucks with “Plato”, the process, flaring up, then dying away, lasts all the way from the end of 2015. But if in the beginning the drivers were only with economic demands, as they became convinced that the authorities wanted to hear, moved to political tasks. At stake — March 2018. For the official registration Bautino will need to recruit another 350 thousand votes of their supporters.

But some issues “candidate in candidates” Andrew Bogutin abruptly Alexei Navalny to be, at least because it is often taken to the police for violation of public order. Bautin can’t even count how many times over the past year, he was detained and fined.

A clear program of action, the truckers, if suddenly their leader becomes President, yet. Of course, once you eliminate the “Plato” — what next?

“Calls to fight for everything good and against everything bad believe the rhetoric fed them by the throat and set ourselves a specific goal,” say the drivers. They say that their movement is truly national and has no purpose but to improve the lives of ordinary Russians.

“You need to bring order in the industry of car transportation, and we will attempt to consolidate popular movements on the ground, because only together we can ensure that we heard”.

The Bulk Business. Chronicle of events

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