Following Friday’s announcement by the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin that he would run in the country’s presidential election in March 2024, two major political parties in the country have decided to work together to ensure Putin is reelected.
Russia’s 2024 election will run for three days spanning March 15 to 17, 2024, and President Putin, whose second consecutive and fourth cumulative tenure of office will be expiring soon, is eligible to seek election into the office again.
The United Russia Party is ready to work in hands with the All-Russia People’s Front to ensure President Putin receives enormous signatures in his support, across the country, for his nomination for the 2024 presidential election.
The Secretary of the United Russia Party’s General Council, Andrey Turchak, at a meeting of the initiative group on Putin’s top nomination at the upcoming election, was quoted to have said “United Russia is the president’s party, he founded it 22 years ago, stood at the origins of its creation and, obviously, United Russia will take the most active part in [Putin’s] election campaign, provide all its infrastructure, meaning the developed chains of our regional, local, primary offices. Together with the People’s Front, we will ensure all arrangements related to nomination, first of all, the collection of signatures [in support of] our candidate,” the Russian news agency, TASS, reported.
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Published 12/9/2023 8:04:44 PM