A Guide to Russian Elections

Neil Mallory Innes Munro, Richard Rose

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Abstract

The mechanics of the Russian system for electing a president and a parliament (Duma) are set out in this paper, which details everything from how parties and candidates can get on the ballot to how votes are counted and winners declared. In addition to giving up-to-date details about new rules for electing the Duma in December, 2007 and amendments to the process of electing a president, the rules for earlier Russian elections are set out and Russia’s election history reviewed. Tables based on official Russian sources give full lists of parties, votes and seats for Duma elections since 1993 and for the presidential elections won by Boris Yeltsin and Vladimir Putin.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAberdeen
PublisherUniversity of Aberdeen
Number of pages32
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2007

Publication series

NameStudies in Public Policy
PublisherUniversity of Aberdeen
No.428
ISSN (Print)0140-8240

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Munro, N. M. I., & Rose, R. (2007). A Guide to Russian Elections. (Studies in Public Policy; No. 428). Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen.

A Guide to Russian Elections. / Munro, Neil Mallory Innes; Rose, Richard.

Aberdeen : University of Aberdeen, 2007. (Studies in Public Policy; No. 428).

Research output: Working paper

Munro, NMI & Rose, R 2007 'A Guide to Russian Elections' Studies in Public Policy, no. 428, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen.
Munro NMI, Rose R. A Guide to Russian Elections. Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen. 2007 Jan 1. (Studies in Public Policy; 428).
Munro, Neil Mallory Innes ; Rose, Richard. / A Guide to Russian Elections. Aberdeen : University of Aberdeen, 2007. (Studies in Public Policy; 428).
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