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United Russia Came Second in 2011 Election, Says Think Tank
13.03.2013 22:49
United Russia Came Second in 2011 Election, Says Think Tank
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It is the Communist Party that was supposed to come out on top in the 2011 parliamentary election, says a leading think-tank.

      A group of researchers led by the head of Russian Railways, Vladimir Yakunin, applied math to analyze the official results of the contraversial poll that re-ignited the protest movement in Russia in late 2011.

      According to the study, the Communist Party was expected to garner 25-30 percent of the vote, with United Russia trailing behind with 20-25 percent.

      However, the presidential election was fair, concluded the experts.

Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Communist Party Vladimir Yakunin Russian Railways United Russia  

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