Russian centrists cheat opposition voters by consolidating to form a new political system by Elena Chinyaeva MOSCOW–Those in Russia who prided themselves in taking an opposition stance to the Kremlin in the last parliamentary elections by voting for the Moscow’s mayor’s party, Fatherland, have been deeply disappointed. On 12 April, the pro-Kremlin Unity faction and […]

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