13 February 2003 MOSCOW, Russia (Gazeta.ru)–For the first time in Russian history children may be able to cast their votes at the parliamentary elections in December 2003. Two Duma deputies have put forward an amendment to the law on elections calling for the voting age to be lowered from 18 to 16. The deputies fighting […]

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