8 December 2003 The centralizing Vladimir Putin got everything he wanted from the Duma elections. But it’s the centrists who lost out. The State Duma election of 7 December produced a striking victory for the presidential party, United Russia. According to the results as of 8 a.m. Moscow time, with 82 percent of the ballots […]

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