The leader of the party “just cause” Vyacheslav Maratkanov said that the next Congress should be adopted and developed a simple ideology, understandable for voters, allies, and competitors of the party.
MOSCOW, 31 Oct. “Just cause” will go on elections to the state Duma in 2016, said the leader of the party Vyacheslav Maratkanov.
“Our “sleeping Princess” needs to Wake up — the party is not dead. The party must become the party of small and medium businesses form the backbone through which Russia is standing and will stand”, — said Martynov during the VI Congress of the party “Right cause”
At the Congress Maratkanov said there are three priorities to be addressed by the next party Congress (March 8, 2016): to be adopted and developed a simple ideology, understandable for voters, allies, and competitors of the party, there must be comprehensive strengthening of regional branches of party on quality, the quantity, the party will find allies and supporters.
“We can search among small political parties, among public organizations, which support small and medium businesses, these associations are very many in every region. Unfortunately, due to certain events, these associations are apolitical, and they shy away from political parties, they do not believe them. But if we find the key to these people, the leaders of public opinion — not necessarily all of them tomorrow to make party members — you just need to bring them to our program, and then we will acquire a significant number of supporters,” said Mardanov.
Duma elections will be held under a mixed system-18 September 2016. Will be created 225 single-member districts, the other 225 deputies will be selected by the Federal party lists. Today in Russia is registered more than 70 parties.
All-Russian political party “Right cause” was founded on 16 November 2008. Takes a conservative position. Positioned as the party of small and medium businesses. Today there are more than 400 local offices of the “Right things” in 70 regions of the country. The party consists of more than 30 thousand people.