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The Tradefair team brings you the latest from US p OK, I get it. Read more Join today View market. Trump accuses Google of being 'rigged' President Trump says Google has chosen to ignore his two State of the Union addresses. Originally Sobchak put herself forward as an independent candidate. In this case she would have had to collect at least , signatures in order to be admitted to the election. Soon after, however, Sobchak's campaign team said that would be nominated by a political party, namely the People's Freedom Party or Civic Initiative.

On 15 November , it was announced that Sobchak will be nominated by CivicInitiative at its congress in December. On 23 December , at Civic Initiative's congress Sobchak was officially nominated for president. On the same day, she joined the party. In December , it became known that the party of Communists of Russia nominated Maxim Suraykin as presidential candidate.

On 28 May , the Plenum of the Central Committee of the Communists of Russia took the decision on nomination of Maxim Suraykin as presidential candidate. In November , Maxim Suraykin was one of the candidates proposed by the Left Front as a single candidate from the left opposition.

The results of the voting on the website of the Left Front Suraikin won 59 votes. On the same day he also submitted to the Central Election Commission. Initially the Party of Growth conducted primaries which were attended by four candidates: However, at the meeting of the federal council of the party it was decided to nominate Titov. According to Titov, the main task of participation in election is to promote the party's Growth Strategy economic program, which was prepared by the Stolypin Club and presented to President Vladimir Putin in May During the campaign Titov and his team intend to travel around the country to promote the program.

Titov was officially nominated by his party on 21 December. Economist Grigory Yavlinsky announced his presidential bid in February as the candidate for the liberal party Yabloko , [81] though suggestions that he would run were first voiced in after he was barred from taking part in the election. Yavlinsky had previously run in the and presidential elections, getting 7. In March , Yavlinsky stated that he will be visiting several major cities in fifteen different regions across the country to raise support.

He used Alexei Navalny's recent tour of different cities as an example, refusing to use the traditional model of campaigning a few months before the election.

Since he is unable to visit more locations, Slabunova, the leader of Yabloko, and Nikolai Rybakov, his chief of staff, will go to other cities to campaign as well. On 1 November , Yabloko launched the official website of Yavlinsky's campaign. Vladimir Zhirinovsky announced his participation in the presidential elections on 28 October as the candidate for the Liberal Democratic Party. In the event of his election, Zhirinovsky promised to amend the Constitution of Russia and to radically change the policies of the country.

In particular, Zhirinovsky promised to abolish the federal structure of Russia and to return to the Governorates , rename the post of " President of Russia " to the "Supreme Ruler of Russia" and to restore Russia's borders to the borders of the USSR as of In March , Zhirinovsky promised to declare a general amnesty if elected president.

On 14 February , the CEC set the schedule for the distribution of airtime for presidential candidates. As in previous election campaigns, incumbent President Vladimir Putin refused to participate in the debates.

Debates also took place on regional TV channels and radio stations, which were attended by representatives of all candidates, including Putin. Opinion polls published in the months preceding the election consistently showed Putin with an overwhelming lead over his competitors.

The final results of the elections were approved by the CEC on 23 March China was the first world power to react to the election results, saying in a congratulatory message to Putin that it vowed to push ties with Russia to a "higher level. Western reaction to the election result was predominantly muted as the election came at a time of heightened tensions between the West and Russia due to the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal , the ongoing U.

Voting irregularities were reported by independent election monitoring group Golos. Edward Snowden criticized what he claimed was ballot stuffing and Russian opposition entities Alexei Navalny and Open Russia criticized what they alleged to be voting fraud. The group concluded that in these elections the government and local administration officers chose to simply falsify the voting protocols rather than use easy-to-spot ballot stuffing or carousel voting.

Prominent Russian dissident [] Garry Kasparov said that the elections were a "charade. The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe OSCE said that the election "took place in an overly controlled legal and political environment marked by continued pressure on critical voices, while the Central Election Commission CEC administered the election efficiently and openly. The head observer of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation described the election as "transparent, credible, democratic" while Maxim Grigoriev, deputy head of the monitoring group of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation called it "unprecedentedly clean".

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