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LDPR should win no less than a hundred mandates in the future Duma and take part in the next presidential election
The Liberal Democratic party of Russia (LDPR) should win no less than a hundred mandates in the future Duma and take part in the next presidential election, LDPR leader Vladimir Zhiriniovsky declared at the LDPR 17th congress on Tuesday at which Zhironovsky outlined the party’s main tasks. Zhironovsky made it clear that he would take part in the presidential election personally. The Liberal Democratic Party does not intend to form a bloc with any other political force and it will challenge the United Russia party, that " hinders the LDPR activities, the other left-wing blocs and Dmitry Rogozin (Leader of Rodina party) who "is clinging to the left wing and what was left of the democrats," Zhirinovsky said. " We are the opposition, although we are neither mad nor extreme. We are here to help build things, " Zhironovsky declared. "Russia’s leadership should be tough, stern, have pity for no one and help no one," he said. Priority should be given to cadre politics in agriculture, he said. At the end of the 21st century Russia should be an Islamic, Orthodox, Buddhist state with a population of 500 million people and threatened by no one," he said. The LDPR is planning to have its next congress on April 25, 2006 when Zhirinovsky hopes to celebrate his birthday in the Kremlin. The 19th congress of the Liberal democrats due in September 2006 is to nominate candidates for the State Duma, and the 20th congress due in December, 2007 should nominate a presidential candidate, Zhirinovsky said. "I would rather ask to keep LDPR and myself safe," Zhironovsky declared
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