More than 50 parties allowed to participate in elections on Sept. 8 in Russia

According to the information released by the Russian Central Election Committee, 52 out of 70 parties, registered in the Justice Ministry, have been allowed to participate in various-level elections on the single voting day on Sept. 8.

According to the information released by the Russian Central Election Committee, 52 out of 70 parties, registered in the Justice Ministry, have been allowed to participate in various-level elections on the single voting day on Sept. 8.

As of June 6, the list of the Justice Ministry sent to the Central Election Committee comprised 52 political parties having the right to participate in the elections. Four more parties were added to the list since May 30.

As of now, 18 parties registered in the Justice Minister do not have the right to participate in the elections.

According to experts' preliminary estimates, the various-level elections could include at least 40 real participants.

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