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    2 000 000 signatures or dollars. What will make you a president?

    The forthcoming election of president in Russia scheduled for March 4, 2012 is already illegitimate. Why? Candidates from parliamentary parties and self-nominee candidates are set in unequal conditions in violation of Constitution. If you are a self-nominee you are to collect 2 million signatures of votes in you support, in......20 days! That is the price of registration you as a candidate. Sounds unrealistic, and it is actually so! That is how unwanted candidates are being sorted out from the election. Or maybe not all of them, if you are an oligarch, like Michael Prokhorov, and have enough money to fabricate those signatures, you are welcome to continue in the election race.

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    The workers had it better under the old Soviet Union. The workers had the right to a job, affordable housing, free quality medical care, free quality childcare, etc.

    Now the Russian workers have the right to be unemployed.

    The switch to capitalism did not bring democracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WolfLarsen View Post
    The workers had it better under the old Soviet Union. The workers had the right to a job, affordable housing, free quality medical care, free quality childcare, etc.

    Now the Russian workers have the right to be unemployed.

    The switch to capitalism did not bring democracy.
    so agree with you. I'm in Russia now on exchange programm. i look after their illegal elections with my own eyes..
    money is a real quarantee of a power here.

    For instanse their candidat Svetlana Peunova was excluded from the list of candidates for submitting not-enough amount of signatures in her support. Interestingly enough, political scientists consider the amount of signatures stated by acting elective legislation impossible for collection in allocated time period, which means, that candidates who met the requested amount (including oligarch Prokhorov) are likely to have committed fraud.
    She requested the Supreme Court of the RF to prove consistency of acting Russian elective legislation with Russian constitution, the direct-acting law of the country. The hearing rejected the request: The power did not invent insuperable obstacles for not-approved candidates to have second thoughts.

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    Hi guys!

    I want to continue this topic about unconstitutional elections in Russia. Many citizens as i can see do not allow bloody plans to happen... They think oligarchs and corrupted officials must resign because there is no more space for them in bright future.

    At the same time many people support their national leader Svetlana Peunova and believe she will lead the country to the prosperity. What goes around comes around.

    Watch video Putin is a devil candidate for presidency!

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