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MOSKOVSKY, Moscow Region, October 27 (Itar-Tass) — The Communist Party intends to struggle for the nationalisation of the raw material base and against election fraud, according to a statement adopted at the CPRF plenary session on Saturday.
“We will continue to struggle for fair laws – from the law on the nationalisation of the raw material base to the law on support for war children,” the statement says.
The plenary session gave an assessment to the October 14 elections (single voting day). The CPRF Central Committee believes that the party “was upheld by every fourth elector at the gubernatorial elections and by 26 percent of people at municipalities”. According to the document, “The LDPR appears as an ally of power.” “The inconsistent position by the A Just Russia party and its splits are not clear for voters,” it adds.
The CPRF Central Committee names new left-wing parties as “political pickpockets” what purposes “are to misinform electors”.
Much attention is riveted to election fraud on October 14. “The main form of falsifications are the so-called ‘carousel voting’ and manipulations with voting lists. Among other election fraud, the document names stuffing with false bulletins, corrupt practice, election abuse at home and restrictions of observers’ rights.” The Communists refused to recognise the elections in the Saratov and Penza regions, and in Krasnodar Territory, the document says.
The drafting panel deThe CPRF Central Committee names new left-wing parties as “political pickpockets”clared that the document had been made amendments. Later it will be made public.
CPRF leader Gennady Zyuganov said election fraud “turned out to be the state crime without the period of limitation”. He warned that those who were guilty of abuse should be punished.
The CPRF called on the civil society to support the party and its struggle for fair and free elections.