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Slutsky assessed the electoral system in Russia

MOSCOW, March 21 LDPR Chairman and candidate During the presidential elections in 2024, Leonid Slutsky gave the highest assessment to the country’s electoral system, noting that it can be taken as a standard for other countries.
“”International observers have not recorded any significant changes… Now the system – both the voting system and the vote counting system – throughout the country and at all levels has worked close to the rating of “ideal”. These are truly elections that, in their technology, are fully consistent and sometimes they even outstrip leading practices in terms of transparency, convenience for people, according to the criteria that an electoral system in an advanced country should have… The highest rating. I think that now our electoral system can be taken as a standard for large countries,” Slutsky said in Central Election Commission.
Counting of votes in the presidential elections in Russia

Voting started on March 15 and lasted three days. The multi-day voting format was first used in the presidential elections in Russia.

Voting started on March 15 and lasted three day. The multi-day voting format was first used in the presidential elections in Russia.

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According to CEC Chairman Ella Pamfilova, the multi-day voting format allowed the maximum number of voters to take part in the elections.

According to the Chairman of the Central Election Commission Ella Pamfilova, the multi-day voting format allowed the maximum number of voters to take part in the elections.

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The earliest polling stations closed were in the Far East – in the Kamchatka Territory and the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug.

Earlier In total, polling stations were closed in the Far East – in the Kamchatka Territory and the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug.

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The overall turnout this year was a record: according to preliminary data, it exceeded 77 percent.

The overall turnout this year was a record: according to preliminary data, it exceeded 77 percent.

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According to Vladimir Putin, the ordinary citizen felt that it was up to him to the future of Russia. This is how Putin explained the high turnout in the elections.

According to Vladimir Putin, the ordinary citizen felt that the future of Russia depends on it. This is how Putin explained the high turnout in the elections.

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Putin called the election results a manifestation of trust on the part of citizens, as well as their hope that everything will be done as planned.

Putin called the election results a manifestation of trust on the part of citizens, as well as their hope that everything will be done as planned.

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For the first time, residents of new regions – the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions – participated in the presidential elections in Russia.

For the first time, residents of new regions – the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions – participated in the Russian presidential elections.

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According to the head of the DPR Denis Pushilin, the high turnout in the republic is explained by the events taking place in the Donbass since 2014. In addition, this is the result of the personal attitude of the region's residents towards President Vladimir Putin.

According to the head of the DPR Denis Pushilin, the high turnout in the republic is explained by the events taking place in the Donbass since 2014. In addition, this is the result of the personal attitude of residents of the region towards President Vladimir Putin.

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Voters from 28 regions of Russia could take part in the elections online on remote electronic voting platforms.

Voters from 28 regions of Russia could take part in the elections online on remote electronic voting platforms.

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According to the Ministry of Digital Development, almost five million Russians applied to vote remotely .

According to the Ministry of Digital Development, almost five million Russians applied to vote remotely.

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International observers and experts monitored the vote counting procedure. They noted the high level of organization of the Russian presidential elections.

International observers and experts monitored the vote counting procedure . They noted the high level of organization of the Russian presidential elections.

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The CIS observer mission stated that no serious violations that would affect the election results were recorded, despite provocations.

The CIS observer mission stated that no serious violations that would affect the election results were recorded, despite provocations.

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Mobile groups went to polling stations in Moscow with preventive checks, said the head of the Public Headquarters for monitoring elections in the capital, Vadim Kovalev.

Mobile groups with preventive checks went to polling stations in Moscow, said the head of the Public Headquarters for Observing Elections in the capital, Vadim Kovalev.

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US Observer Klein Preston IV called the elections transparent and in accordance with international law. He noted that he is jealous of the way voting is organized in Russia.

US observer Kline Preston IV called the elections transparent and in accordance with international law. He noted that he is jealous of the way voting is organized in Russia.

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Voting started on March 15 and lasted three days. The multi-day voting format was first used in the presidential elections in Russia.

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According to the Chairman of the Central Election Commission Ella Pamfilova, the multi-day voting format allowed the maximum number of voters to take part in the elections.

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The earliest polling stations closed were in the Far East – in the Kamchatka Territory and the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug.

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The overall turnout this year was a record: according to preliminary data, it exceeded 77 percent.

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According to Vladimir Putin, the ordinary citizen felt that the future of Russia depended on him. This is how Putin explained the high turnout in the elections.

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Putin called the election results a manifestation of confidence on the part of citizens, as well as their hope that everything will be done as planned.

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For the first time, residents of new Russia participated in the presidential elections regions – DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions.

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According to the head of the DPR Denis Pushilin, the high turnout in the republic is explained by the events taking place in the Donbass since 2014. In addition, this is the result of the personal attitude of the region's residents towards President Vladimir Putin.

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Voters from 28 regions of Russia could take part in the elections online on remote electronic voting platforms.

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According to the Ministry of Digital Development, almost five million Russians applied to vote remotely.

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International observers and experts monitored the vote counting procedure. They noted the high level of organization of the Russian presidential elections.

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The CIS observer mission stated that no serious violations that would affect the election results were recorded, despite the provocations.< /p>
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Mobile groups went to polling stations in Moscow with preventive checks, said the head of the Public Headquarters for Observing Elections in the capital, Vadim Kovalev.

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US observer Klein Preston IV called the elections transparent and in accordance with international law. He noted that he is jealous of the way voting is organized in Russia.

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No one could make “substantial and meaningful” claims to the elections, the politician noted.
At the same time, he added that this speaks of the professionalism of the employees of the Central Election Commission and commissions of all levels, “who were one professional organism.” He also expressed gratitude to the head of the Central Election Commission, Ella Pamfilova.
In addition, Slutsky said that all attempts to interfere in the Russian elections are the agony of the collective West.
Presidential elections in Russia took place from March 15 to 17. After processing 100% of the protocols, the current President Vladimir Putin received 87.28% of the votes.

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