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- United Russia is a party of like-minded individuals -- but only in the sense that its members want to be big bosses.
- United Russia is a party of bureaucrats, not politicians.
- United Russia is the largest and most popular party in Russia.
- United Russia is a young party and is still in the process of formation.
- United Russia is a party to which we - some of us officially and others not - belong.
- United Russia is a young party.
- In this respect, United Russia has reached, or at least is approaching, its moment of truth.
- The current head of the United Russia is Duma Speaker and former Interior Minister Boris Gryzlov, elected as a party leader in November 2002.
- In the October 2005 local elections, United Russia was expected to cruise to a solid victory; however, the Pensioners Party put up a strong showing.
- There are no moves on the part of the international groupings of political parties to invite United Russia to join their ranks.
- Khorkina has been a member of the political party of United Russia since 2003.
- And the big winner was United Russia, the political party backed by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
- Or, this may be the beginning of a tradition whereby the head of United Russia is always made Prime Minister.
- The pro-government party, United Russia, won a constitutional majority (more than two-thirds) of the seats in the Duma.
- The pro-government party, United Russia, won close to half of the seats in the Duma.
- There is little doubt that victory is assured for the "United Russia" party, which has the support of President Vladimir Putin.
- Opinion polls have predicted that the United Russia, the pro-Kremlin party with President Vladimir Putin as its No.
- The ruling party, United Russia, is a not a party that holds power; it is a party that services the powers-that-be.
- This has not happened (and was more likely a ploy to encourage more Russians to vote for United Russia as a patriotic move).
- The closer the elections gets, the more fierce debates over self-identification of United Russia will become.
- To begin with, the CPSU was in itself strong, while United Russia borrows influence from the president.
- He has to build the senators' representation in United Russia because the position of the party in the upper house of the parliament are clearly weak.
- Seeking a broad mandate for Putin's Plan only makes sense if United Russia intends to strengthen the political weight of the parliament.
- In the town of Pestovo in the western Novgorod region, voters complained they were given ballots already filled out for United Russia, he said.
- The Krasnoyarsk episode displayed the true nature of this practice when United Russia supported three candidates at once.
- United Russia, widely seen as the party of bureaucrats, entered the campaign Sunday without a slogan to set itself apart in the eyes of the voters.
- Russian politics are now dominated by President Vladimir Putin and his United Russia party.
- The other option is to insitutionalize power in the office of the Prime Minister or the head of the United Russia party and keep it there.
- At the 2003 legislative elections, United Russia reduced all other parties to minority status.
- And, of course, it is unlikely that the chief "ice-breaker" - Vladimir Putin - will join the Duma (and still is not a member of the United Russia party).
- The United Russia party will use its allotted airtime to show campaign ads, instead of participating in televised debates.
- The 2007 election campaign of the United Russia party went under the slogan "Putin's Plan: Russia's Victory".
- Ak Zhol says it sees Russia -- where the United Russia party controls more than two-thirds of seats in the State Duma -- as a guiding model.
- The biggest and most popular party in Russia is United Russia, which supports the policies of Vladimir Putin.
- Russia is a one party dominant state with United Russia in power.
- They are like founding fathers of the three components of United Russia, namely Unity, Fatherland, and All Russia.
- Putin isn't actually a member of any political bloc, but he openly campaigned for United Russia.
- This is my prophecy: Putin will be elected (as United Russia will be the first party in Duma) and he will be automatically a premier.
- Putin invited United Russia leaders to meet with him at his residence outside Moscow ahead of the 2003 elections, and he has had them over again this year.
- Putin is a chairman of United Russia, a party that has 70 percent of the seats in the State Duma, the lower house.
- But United Russia does hold a majority in the lower house of parliament, its representatives head all the committees in the State Duma.
- But if you look at all of the main players in the Chechen government, they are all members of the party in power in Russia itself, United Russia.
- President Vladimir Putin
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