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MOSCOW, February 20 (Itar-Tass) — Alexander Voloshin, the former Kremlin chief-of-staff, made his forecast for the upcoming presidential election on March 4.
“The updated forecast for March 4: Putin will get 59-61 percent, Zyuganov (the Communist Party) – 16-18 percent, Zhirinovsky (the Liberal Democratic Party) – 8-10 percent, Prokhorov (self-nominated businessman) – 6-8 percent, Mironov (A Just Russia) – 4-5 percent,” he wrote on his Twitter page.
Voloshin was the head of the presidential administration from 1999 to 2003.