Putin Wins in Russia's presidential election

Posted by Imam Larh on Sunday, 18 March 2018

Russia is holding general elections to look for the next figure of the president. As reported by Reuters, president petahana Vladimir Putin, far superior in a quick count of voting results that took place on Sunday (18/3) local time.

Based on the results of rapid calculations conducted survey institutions, VTsIOM, Putin grabbed a voice of 73.9 percent. Meanwhile, the FOM survey agency said the petahana has won a vote of 78.3 percent.

On a quick count VTsIOM. Putin's closest competitor - though the result is far from the quick count - is the Russian Communist Party politician Pavel Grundin, who won only 11.2 percent of the vote.

Later, the head of the Democratic Liberal Party Vladimir Zhirinovsky won 6.7 votes, and television presenter Ksenia Sobchak won 2.5 percent of the vote in the quick count.

For Putin, this is the fourth time in his life to contest the presidential election in Russia. Previously, the former KGB agent is predicted to return to occupy his post as president. In a survey before the election process, Putin called having a degree of the election up to 70 percent.
Press Attaché Russian Embassy in Indonesia, Denis Tetiushin, said Putin is popular in Russia so dare to take the non-party path in the nomination process as president.

"Vladimir Putin, the current president, he is without a party, he is quite popular in Russia, so he runs himself." Elektabilitasnya currently about 80 percent, "said Denis when met CNNIndonesia.com at the Embassy of Russia, Jakarta, Sunday (18/3) afternoon.

(Kid & CNN)

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