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MOSCOW, February 23 (Itar-Tass) - The 15th congress of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation will open in Moscow on Saturday.
During two days, delegates will sum up the results of the party's work for the past four years and elect its governing bodies.
The congress timed to coincide with Fatherland Defender Day will also mark the party's 20th anniversary, and a number of ceremonies are planned for the first day.
The 20th anniversary of the CPRF is a holiday and a certain historical landmark to give assessments, first deputy chairman of the party's Central Committee Ivan Melnikov told reporters. .
The main point on the agenda is the political report. The full version was published beforehand. The party's chairman Gennady Zyuganov will deliver the hour-long report at the congress. The delegates will also hear the report from chairman of the central control and audit commission Vladimir Nikitin and begin to discuss the new version of the party's charter.