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3 mar. 2012


Russia expects Saturday in a tense atmosphere, after which the current presidential election prime minister Vladimir Putin would return to the Kremlin, despite an unprecedented Fronde against his regime.

cross country Saturday a "day of silence" electoral legislation, which prohibits any campaign the day before the vote.

Latest polls, published in late February, Putin is credited with a victory in the first round, with 60 percent of the vote.

But opposition did everything to mobilize voters and to impose a second round, due to weaker Putin's popularity, which has already served two consecutive terms as President, during the period 2000-2008.
current Premier faces four candidates who have not tried to attack him front the former KGB agent, while no member of the radical opposition has not been authorized to run in these elections.In an interview with several foreign newspapers and on Friday, Putin said he was sure of majority support, even in big cities and the middle class, which thickened the opposition.
"Do you consider that most population is against me? In the polls? I simply fewer supporters, but they are still the majority, "he said.

Opposition coalition that organizes elections in December, an unprecedented demonstrations in Moscow last 12 years, found that democratic elections can not even provide for a new rally on March 5, in the center of the Russian capital.

The campaign was marked, according to observers of the Russian organization Golos, the massive use of state resources in favor of Putin and a policy of "intimidation" aimed at opponents and organizations that want to monitor elections."The campaign was marked by attempts to denigrate abundance, targeting both the opposition and the presidential candidates", highlight the association in a report Thursday.The current head of government opponents accused of all that are serving the West, that they are preparing themselves to electoral fraud and even to assassinate one of their own to accuse the regime.

In a speech delivered at a meeting of attacking his supporters last week, Putin has placed stakes in the election of a new "battle for Russia."

First elected to the Russian leadership with 53 percent of the vote while he was interim president after the resignation of Boris Yeltsin, he was triumphantly re-elected in 2004, with over 71 percent of the vote.
increase living standards quickly, thanks to world oil price increase, and policy perceived as restoring the country's place on the world stage have fueled this popularity, according to sociologists.Forced to leave the Kremlin in 2008 because the Constitution does not allow a third consecutive term, Putin remains the most influential politician in Russia, acting prime minister and propelling him to the presidency, Dmitry Medvedev, one of his subordinates.

Latter withdrew in favor of his mentor and is called to become prime minister after the transfer of power set for May.

A constitutional reform increased the duration of the presidential term from four to six years and Putin can still, theoretically, in power for two more consecutive terms, until 2024."I have not decided yet," he said in an interview broadcast Friday "normal, if all goes well, if this will appeal to people".

Many analysts, however, emphasizes that if Putin's victory on Sunday, seems already achieved its mandate may be more difficult than previous ones.

"The movement of protest triggered by forged elections in December not yet threaten the power of Putin, but Russia is a symptom of the increasingly unstable", European Council considers foreign policy analysis center towards the EU.About 109 million voters are called to the polls. Voting offices will open Sunday at 08.00 local time in the Russian Far East (Saturday, 22.00 GMT) and first estimates will be known around 21.00 (19.00 GMT), after closing the last polling stations in Kaliningrad (west).


The first preliminary results of presidential elections in Russia,

Vladimir Putin won the first round with 61.8% of the vote.

In second place is situated Gennady Ziuganov 17.8% of the vote. Vladimir Zhirinovsky ranks third with 8% of the votes, followed by Mikhail Prokhorov and Sergei Mironov, the fourth and fifth with 7.57% and 3.69% of votes.

Earlier surveys out at the polls gave him a little winner, with 58.3% of the vote. About 110 million Russians were expected today at the polls to choose president for the next six years. It was an election with predictable results, after which it was estimated that Vladimir Putin will return to the Kremlin, after two terms of office held in 2000-2008.

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