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MOSCOW, June 19. /ITAR-TASS/. Another public and political organization United Party of People with Reduced Working Capability (OPLOT of Russia) has been registered in the country, according to the list of registered political movements that the Justice Ministry had made public.
The party program, adopted at a founding congress in February, holds that OPLOT of Russia “is based on traditional values: equality, family and active citizenship.” The party has such tasks as “revival of compassion, patriotism and spirituality of Russian people".
The Justice Ministry has registered 78 parties, including 69 parties that can run in elections.