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Boris Gryzlov does not rule out his party may nominate its candidate for president to be elected in 2008
Russia’s State Duma Speaker Boris Gryzlov, the leader of the United Russia party, does not rule out his party may nominate its candidate for president to be elected in 2008. This was his answer to Itar-Tass question on whether United Russia would support a candidate favored by Putin or nominate its own candidate. “Our task is to ensure the continuity of Putin’s course,” Gryzlov said. “Within the framework of this strategy both options are possible and they do not run counter each other.” “There is a common practice in the Russian political system for a party to decide on a presidential candidate after election to the State Duma (due in December 2007 – Itar-Tass),” he said. “We will follow this tradition and the party’s congress will decide on the candidacy.”
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