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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Sobchak said Putin about the desire to see running Russia Saakashvili


The journalist Ksenia Sobchak, intending to run for head of state, a day after the big press conference of Russian President said Vladimir Putin at his word about “running for Russia Saakashvili”.


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Yesterday Sobchak asked Vladimir Putin the question of why the elections are not allowed real opposition candidates, such as Alexei Navalny.

“About these characters… You want to have the squares ran dozens of Saakashvili?” – said Putin on this.

Read the story: Putin told Sobchak, why not let Navalny on elections

Sobchak quoted these words of the head of state in a statement on his campaign website and said, “Yes, Mr President, we want to have a Russian citizen was able to vote for anyone. For Bulk, you somehow compare with Saakashvili. For me, even though you believe that there is no positive program I have. Even for you, even though you believe that the choice Russia made forever. 18 years ago”.

She added that stands for what would a citizen of Russia he chose, “to read him Life.ru or “Open Russia”. Watch obedient you 1 channel or free TV channel “Rain””.

Sobchak stressed that Russia has the right to choose for herself what she likes, without orders from the Kremlin or Roskomnadzor.

She also expressed outrage and called lawlessness blocking in the RF resources of the “Open Russia” Mikhail Khodorkovsky, which published any Sobchak investigative reporting and columns such authors as Zoya Svetova, Sergei Aleksashenko, Kirill Rogov.

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