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State Duma deputy Prusakova called the elections in the Russian Federation “legitimization of political hegemony”

State Duma deputy from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Maria Prusakova said in Telegramthat she is disappointed with the results of the elections in Russia. In her opinion, the Russian government has all the tools to “legitimize its political hegemony.”

The deputy included the DEG system, three-day voting, administrative resources and electoral legislation as such tools. “Unfortunately, the result of the actions of this government was only an increase in the numbers of imaginary support, and not a real increase in the incomes and well-being of the residents of our country. And I am convinced that the time for social justice will definitely come in our country. Our history teaches us this,” wrote Ms. Prusakova.

Elections in Russia took place on March 15, 16 and 17. On March 18, the Central Election Commission (CEC) announced that 100% of the protocols had been processed. According to the results of the vote count, the current head of state Vladimir Putin received 87.28% of the votes. Nikolai Kharitonov from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation received 4.31% of the votes, Vladislav Davankov from New People – 3.85%, Leonid Slutsky from the Liberal Democratic Party – 3.2%. Turnout in all regions was 77.44%.

About the consequences of Vladimir Putin’s re-election for Russians – in the Kommersant article “Candidate’s Share”.

Erdni Kagaltynov

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