Putin’s administration claims he would get more than 90% of vote in elections

Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian dictator, claimed that Vladimir Putin will be re-elected in the presidential election next year with a result of more than 90% of the vote.Source: Peskov in a comment to The New York TimesQuote: “Our presidential election is not really democracy, it is costly bureaucracy.


Putin will be re-elected next year with more than 90 percent of the vote.”Details: The New York Times, referring to the results of the Levada Center pollster, notes that Putin’s popularity fell only once in September last year, when a partial mobilisation was announced in the Russian Federation.Denis Volkov, director of the Levada Center, says that the drop in support for Putin was the largest in 30 years of polls – from about 80% to 50%.Since then, the level of support for Putin has returned to about 80%, as far as polls can be trusted in the current conditions, the newspaper writes.Background: As Meduza wrote in July, the Kremlin decided that in the 2024 elections, Russian dictator Vladimir Putin should receive support of more than 80% of voters.Ukrainska Pravda is the place where you will find the most up-to-date information about everything related to the war in Ukraine.

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