In the aggressor country, the “anti-war” candidate Boris Nadezhdin will not be registered for the presidential elections. The politician, who is considered the main “rival” of the Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin, intends to arrange a trial due to the decision of the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation.
The Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation refused to register Putin’s main “competitor” for the presidential election. The department reported that the working group accepted 104 734 signatures in support of the politician.
As a result, the Central Election Commission invalidated 9,147 signatures, NBN reports with reference to the publication Meduza.
The politician responded to the news in your Telegram channel. The “anti-war” candidate said that his team openly and honestly collected signatures in his support throughout the Russian Federation.
The “oppositionist” said that participation in the presidential race in March is the most important political decision in his life, therefore, he is not going to give up and intends to appeal the decision of the Central Election Commission in the Supreme Court of the aggressor country.
Earlier, the Central Election Commission of Russia reported that Nadezhdin’s documents contain the names of deceased citizens.