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MOSCOW, December 10 (Itar-Tass) —— Just Russia will have to offer a social-democratic alternative in the upcoming presidential election, party leader Sergei Mironov said.
“Just Russia is ready to offer a social-democratic alternative for creating a modern and progressive society in Russia,” Mironov said at the party’s congress son Saturday, December 10.
“Stability is not a policy goal for our party but its result,” he stressed.
“We will do everything we can during the presidential campaign in order to show a real alternative to people,” Mironov said.
He said the party needs “a real presidential programme” which can be based on the programme declared by Just Russia for the Duma elections held on December 4.
“The party needs its own new and real presidential programme” that should be “address to those who understand their responsibility to the country and want to live in a prosperous country, and who are doing their best to make this a reality”, he said.
Mironov recalled that 8 million people placed their faith in his party during the Duma elections and “we must move further, and we will move confidently and uncompromisingly towards victory,” he said.