Sobchak on elections in Russia: I want to be United with all

Declared intention to participate in presidential elections in Russia journalist Ksenia Sobchak is ready to withdraw his candidacy in favor of another opposition candidate. She announced this today during the opening of the campaign headquarters in Yekaterinburg, according to RBC.

«When people have no Supreme commander, it is more difficult to negotiate, but I hope we’ll get to it. I want to be United with all. For example, I largely disagree with Navalny (opposition leader Alexei Navalny. – «GORDON»), but we Yavlinsky and Navalny (opposition politician Grigory Yavlinsky. – «GORDON») share a common goal, which is the point of enterprises», – said Sobchak.

According to her, she is «ready to go up to his withdrawal».

Presidential elections in Russia will be held on 18 March 2018. At the moment about the plans of the extension, said Ksenia Sobchak, a leader of the Communist party Gennady Zyuganov, LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky, businessman Sergei Polonsky, journalist Catherine Gordon, the Russian blogger Nigerian-born Samson Sholademi, business Ombudsman Boris Titov and others.

Acting President Vladimir Putin announced his intention to run on December 6. He will go to elections as the independent candidate.

Sobchak goes on elections under the slogan «Against all». At a meeting with voters on 1 December, she stressed that he opposes «the government, against Putin.»

Navalny announced the decision to participate in the presidential elections in December 2016. He said he goes to the polls «program on how to make Russia a fair and modern.» Chairman of the Central election Commission of the Russian Federation Ella Pamfilova said that Navalny may take part in the presidential elections in 2018, if it will remove the record or to change the law.

Sobchak on elections in Russia: I want to be United with all 17.12.2017

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