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MOSCOW, December 4 (Itar-Tass) —— The leader of the Communist Party Gennady Zyuganov pledged that the Communist Party will protect its votes, but will not bring its supporters into the streets.
Zyuganov claimed that the Communist Party surpassed United Russia in several regions. “If someone is seeking to prove the opposite, this will be the stealing,” he said. “We will protect our votes and are ready for the dialogue with all sound political forces in the country. The elections are over and we found many violations,” Zyuganov said. “We will not bring our supporters into the streets, but will hold protest actions against the violations at the elections, only if we prove them in the legal way,” he pointed out.