Putin took the lead in the Russian presidential election and tried to get approval from the voters

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 Putin took the lead in the Russian presidential election and tried to get approval from the voters


Putin 18 evening, said at a press conference, "today all Russian voters are the same team", "the voters, I saw the Russian efforts in the difficult conditions of approval, see the voters' trust and look forward to Russia more achievements", "we will get success". The Russian presidential election has a total of 8 candidates. According to the Russian Central Election Commission announced the election of 70% of the votes of the statistical results, the Russian Communist Party candidate grudinin with 12.59% of the vote in second, ranked third in the Russian liberal democratic party chairman Zhirinovsky 6.08% of the vote, followed by Russia's well-known television presenter Sobchak won 1.48% of the vote. The remaining 4 candidates received no more than 1% of the votes, and the voter turnout rate of the election was 59.5%. According to the rules of the Russian presidential election, more than 50% of the votes are elected to the presidency in the election. The Russian Central Election Commission will confirm the election results before March 29th, and officially announced the election results within 3 days after the confirmation. This article source: xinhuanet.com editor: Yang _NN6027 Putin 18 evening, said at a press conference, "today all Russian voters are the same team", "the voters, I saw the Russian efforts in the difficult conditions of approval, see the trust of voters and to Russia more achievements expectations", "we will succeed". The Russian presidential election has a total of 8 candidates. According to the Russian Central Election Commission announced the election of 70% of the votes of the statistical results, the Russian Communist Party candidate grudinin with 12.59% of the vote in second, ranked third in the Russian liberal democratic party chairman Zhirinovsky 6.08% of the vote, followed by Russia's well-known television presenter Sobchak won 1.48% of the vote. The remaining 4 candidates received no more than 1% of the votes, and the voter turnout rate of the election was 59.5%. According to the rules of the Russian presidential election, more than 50% of the votes are elected to the presidency in the election. The Russian Central Election Commission will confirm the election results before March 29th, and officially announced the election results within 3 days after the confirmation.