MOSCOW, 8 February. The liberal democratic party established in factional areas in the state Duma the special a countdown, counting down the number of days remaining before the parliamentary elections of 2016.
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“This Board is not just a reminder about the upcoming election. Any of us have to constantly keep in mind how many days are left. Because every day is painted literally on minutes. For this election the liberal democratic party is prepared very carefully” – said journalists the Deputy speaker from the liberal Democrats, the head of the Supreme Council of LDPR Igor Lebedev.
In this regard, he recalled that in the upcoming elections to the state Duma “will return the system of single-member constituencies”. “This means that the tactics of “locomotives”, the tactics of attracting all kinds of “stars”, pulling a party list, it’s time to finish”, said Lebedev. According to him, “odnomandatnik – a candidate who not only popular, attractive to the voter, but can really contribute to the solution of specific problems”. “And most importantly, right now, during the crisis, elections are one way to bring people together around common problems. Of course, if the elections are honest,” he said.
In turn, zamrukovoditelja of the LDPR faction, the head of Committee on Affairs of public associations and religious organizations Yaroslav Nilov added that the liberal Democrats never falls into “hibernation between elections”. “But the scoreboard countdown – a sign that elections are near, we must mobilize and in any case not to relax”, – concluded the Deputy.