The Supreme court refused to invalidate the registration of Putin in the elections

Russia’s Supreme court today, February 16, refused satisfaction of requirements Ksenia Sobchak to invalidate the registration of Vladimir Putin as the candidate on elections of the head of state.

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“Satisfaction of the administrative claim Sobchak Xenia anatolevny about cancellation of the resolution of the CEC of Russia of 6 February 2018 “On registration of the candidate for the position of President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin” to refuse”, – announced the judgement of the Supreme court judge Nikolai Romanenkov, Interfax reported.

Earlier, the Russian TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak filed a complaint in the Supreme court for registration as a presidential candidate of the incumbent Vladimir Putin. She sectet that Putin has no right to run for this position as it has held two consecutive terms.

We will remind, the armchair of the head of the Russian Federation eight candidates are fighting Sergei Baburin (Russian national Union), Paul Grudinin (KPRF), Vladimir Zhirinovsky (LDPR), Vladimir Putin (the independent candidate), Ksenia Sobchak ( “Civil initiative”), Maxim suraykin ( “Communists of Russia”), Boris Titov ( “Party of growth”), Grigory Yavlinsky (Yabloko).

The Russian presidential election will be held March 18 this year – the day after the so-called referendum Putin “annexed” Crimea to Russia.

Videocandid in presidents of Russia Ksenia Sobchak admitted the Ukrainian Crimea

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24 October 2017, 17:57

  • Russia
  • putin
  • election
  • Ksenia Sobchak

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