Putin Re-election Campaign inaugurated

Sudan Events – Sumaya Sayed

A headquarters for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s re-election campaign was opened on Thursday in Moscow.
Artyom Zhoga, a co-chairman of Putin’s campaign, told reporters staff would work seven days a week without holidays to get the president re-elected.
Zhoga, the speaker of the legislature in the Russia-backed Donetsk People’s Republic in Ukraine, is running the election effort alongside actor and film director Vladimir Mashkov and Maryana Lysenko, the head doctor of Moscow City Hospital No 52.
Russia’s state parliament set March 17 as the date for the country’s 2024 presidential earlier this month, moving Putin a step closer to a fifth term in office.
The tight control that Putin has established over Russia’s political system during 24 years in power makes his re-election in March all but assured.
Prominent critics who could challenge him are either in prison or living abroad, and most independent media have been banned.

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