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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Mironov told about the “icing on the cake”, prepared for the presidential election


The leader of the party “Fair Russia” Sergei Mironov said that the decision to participate in the presidential elections his party will take less than three months before their occurrence.


photo: Gennady Cherkasov

According to Mironov, quoted by “Interfax”, this will only happen before the New year: “As icing on the cake — December 25 the Congress will hold the party “Fair Russia”. And our voters finally come to know as as of which “Fair Russia” will participate in the elections of the President.”

Mironov added that all parliamentary parties CP will hold its Congress last: the liberal democratic party he is scheduled for 13 December, the Communist party — on the 23rd of December, and EP — 23-24 Dec.

In August this year, sources RBC reported that Mironov himself, for the third time, plans to announce his candidacy for the presidency of Russia, but waiting for the official announcement on the decision to go to the polls with the current head of state Vladimir Putin. According to the latest assumptions, he can do it in November.

Meanwhile, the main intrigue of the upcoming elections, the question remains about whether it would be allowed to participate in them Alexei Navalny, the plan of which, in his own words, is to create pressure on the government that, despite the verdict in the “case “Kirovec”, allowed him registration as a candidate.

Presidential elections will be held on 18 March.

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