Pamfilova explained why the ballot Putin has the shortest biographical information
The CEC head stressed that “only by law” and agreed to by all candidates.
MOSCOW, February 8. /TASS./ The Chairman of the CEC of the Russian Federation Ella Pamfilova said that the ballot for the presidential elections the incumbent head of state provided the small amount of biographical information, because it is called the position succinctly.
All precisely according to the law, he’s just a position is called short, and all long. It so happened, nothing more to write.Ella Amylobarbital CEC
Pamfilova stressed that “only by law” and agreed to by all candidates.
On average, CEC need 40 words to describe presidential candidate on the ballot, Vladimir Putin, took about ten.
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The registration process ended
Earlier on Thursday, the CEC has completed the registration process of presidential candidates, in its results for the highest office continue to fight eight people — one independent candidate and seven party candidates.
The ballot, candidates are listed in alphabetical order:
- Baburin Sergey Nikolaevich (the”Russian people’s Union»),
- Grudinin Pavel (Communist party),
- Zhirinovsky Vladimir Zhirinovsky (LDPR),
- Putin Vladimir Vladimirovich (self),
- Sobchak Kseniya A. (“Civil initiative»),
- Maxim Suraykin A. (“Communists Of Russia»),
- Titov Boris Yuryevich (the Party of growth),
- Yavlinsky, Grigory Alexeyevich (“Apple”).
Opposite the name of each candidate is contained in his curriculum vitae: date of birth, place of residence, place of work, position, party membership, and the nomination form for the election.
On Putin reported the following information: 1952 year of birth, place of residence — Moscow; President of the Russian Federation; self-promotion.
As reported earlier, Deputy Chairman of the CEC Nikolai Bulaev, “all information about each applicant strictly complies with the Federal law, any preference for whatever reason any candidate is not allotted”.
The Russian presidential election will be held on 18 March.
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