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The Russian parliamentary elections of 1995

the battle for the Duma

by Laura Belin

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Published by M.E. Sharpe in Armonk, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Russia (Federation)
    • Subjects:
    • Russia (Federation). Federalʹnoe Sobranie. Gosudarstvennai͡a︡ Duma -- Elections, 1995.,
    • Elections -- Russia (Federation),
    • Election law -- Russia (Federation),
    • Political parties -- Russia (Federation),
    • Russia (Federation) -- Politics and government -- 1991-

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-187) and index.

      StatementLaura Belin and Robert W. Orttung ; with Ralph S. Clem and Peter R. Craumer.
      SeriesThe OMRI books
      ContributionsOrttung, Robert W.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJN6699.A5 B45 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 203 p. :
      Number of Pages203
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL991418M
      ISBN 100765600846
      LC Control Number96029822

      The Communist Party was the biggest party in the (35%) and (24%) parliamentary elections. The only other constant participants have been the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR), whose support has hovered between 5 and 15% of the votes, and Yabloko, which won 10% of the votes in and around 5% in the other three elections. Between and , Russians had the chance to vote in seven elections to the national parliament, five presidential elections, four referenda, and several rounds of voting for regional legislatures and governors.1 All the national elections pitted multiple candidates against each other. From , many parties : Daniel Treisman.

      Yel’tsin threatened to issue a decree on the procedure for parliamentary elections if the Duma did not pass these bills (Anna Ostapchuk and Yevgeniy Krasnikov, Nezavisimaya gazeta (24 May ): 1, and Yelena Tregubova, Segodnya (15 August ): 2).Author: Tiffany A. Troxel.   On December 2, an estimated million Russian voters are expected to elect deputies to the State Duma, the Russian Federal Assembly's lower house. Unlike every parliamentary election .

        EXECUTIVE SUMMARY During its first ten years of democratic elections, the people of the Russian Federation have participated in several contested presidential and parliamentary elections and referenda. For most citizens of the Russian Federation, it was the first time in their lives that they experienced a real and peaceful transfer and transition of political power through the ballot box.   THE MAJOR PARTIES. United Russia (Edinaya Rossiya).Party list headed by President Putin during the election campaign, and endorsed by him in The party was created in December by the merger of Unity (Edinstvo), founded by government leaders in October , with Fatherland-All Russia (Otechestvo-Vsya Rossiya, OVR), a rival in the elections.


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Excerpt. Russian voters went to the polls on 17 December to elect a new State Duma, the lower house of the country's legislature. The Communist Party of the Russian Federation (KPRF) emerged victorious, winning enough seats to name an expert in communist propaganda the new Duma speaker.

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Introduction: The Role of the Legislature, Electoral Laws, and Parties in Russian Politics Adopting the Electoral Law Parties Fail to Unite The Course of the Campaign Appealing to the Voters: Campaign Issues and Strategies Get this from a library.

The Russian parliamentary elections of the battle for the Duma. [Laura Belin; Robert W Orttung]. HOLLIS # The collection contains leaflets, posters, newspapers, campaign literature and party platforms from all 43 parties and blocs that participated in the parliamentary elections in Russia inas well as from other parties (not included in the final bulletin) and independent candidates.

The online collection has : Anna Rakityanskaya. The predicament of Russian liberalism: Evidence from the December parliamentary elections. Europe-Asia Studies: Vol.

49, No. 2, pp. Cited by: The two votes--in December for the lower house of the Russian Parliament, the State Duma, and in June- July for the Russian Presidency--were the first national elections to take place on time, according to the schedule set down in the constitution, rather than as reactions to crises which had emerged, and as such marked a further Cited by: The fact that the elections were democratically held and the voters did accept the new constitution would support the argument that Russia is on its way to creating a state based upon "the rule of law,"(2) but the outcome already cast some shadows on Russian politics in the near future that may have been confirmed by the elections.

(with Robert W. Orttung) The Russian Parliamentary Elections of The Battle for the Duma, Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe, Selected book chapters “Politics and the Mass Media Under Putin,” in Cameron Ross, ed., Russia Under Putin, Manchester: Manchester University Press, Parliamentary and Presidential Elections in Russia 5 when Zyuganov challenged Yeltsin in the first round with 32 percent of the vote (to Yeltsin’s 35 percent).

Yeltsin emerged victorious in July after forming an electoral alliance with General Alexander Lebed. According to the constitution, elections for the presidency of the RussianFile Size: KB. Dates of elections / renewal (from/to): 17 December Purpose of elections: Elections were held for all the seats of the State Duma on the normal expiry of the members' term of office.

Background and outcome of elections: In Decemberboth Houses of the Federal Assembly had been elected for a transitory two-year term. The Russian parliamentary elections in December appear to offer fertile ground for the military's involvement in politics.

The election is expected to be a free-for-all with over 50 parties and blocs fielding electoral lists military and civilian candidates running for seats.

Decem AT A GLANCE. Duma Election Results. By REUTERS. OSCOW -- Russia holds an election to the State Duma lower house of parliament on Sunday in which a total of seats will be divided equally between candidates on parties' lists and winners in individual constituencies.

Following is a table showing the outcome of the previous election held on Decem   Candidates from 14 parties will compete for the seats in the first national parliamentary elections since December They come at a potentially challenging time for the Russian leadership, not least because the Russian economy has endured a long period of stagnation and recession, the effects of which are being felt across the country.

INTRODUCTION On DecemoverRussians are expected to go to the polls and vote for members of the State Duma, the lower house of the Russian parliament, or Federal.

In the parliamentary elections, the Communist Party was the largest party in the and elections, with 35% and 24% of the votes respectively.

The Liberal Democratic Party of Russia has ranged from 5 to 15% of the votes, and Yabloko won 10% of the votes in and around 5% in the other three elections. Analysis of the Russian Election and Constitution Plebiscite of December ,” Post-Soviet Geography, no. 8 (October ),pp. ; Ralph Clem and Peter Craumer, “The Geography of the Russian Parliamentary Election,” Post-Soviet Geography, no.

10 (December ), pp. ; Ralph Clem and Peter. The Central Election Commission approved the procedure for all-Russian voting The President of the Russian Federation signed a Decree "On the appointment of a nationwide vote on approving changes to the Constitution of the Russian Federation" and met with the Chairperson of the CEC of Russia Ella Pamfilova Information on.

Tuesday 12/19/ A conversation about the Russian elections for Parliament officials, and what implications the results will have on Russia's future.

A look back at events in the sporting world in with Mike Lupica and George Vecsey. Steven Brill, founder and president of Court TV, talks about the future of televised trials. Rules. The election law adopted for the election was similar to that adopted for the election, with some minor modifications.

First, to secure a place on the proportional representation ballot, parties had to have registered with the Ministry of Justice no later than six months before the election, and the number of signatures they had to gather rose fromto. Russian parliamentary elections: rousing from a long slumber This article is more than 8 years old If Vladimir Putin's popularity is on the wane, that of .WOMEN IN PARLIAMENTS.

- WORLDWIDE STATISTICAL SURVEY. Inter-Parliamentary Union or otherwise, without the prior permission of the Inter-Parliamentary Union. This book is circulated subject to the condition that it shall not by way of trade or otherwise be lent, RUSSIAN.

Russian parliamentary election tests Yeltsin's strength. Decem Web postd at: a.m. EST ( GMT) From Correspondent Siobhan Darrow.