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La Russia alle urne

Dal 15 al 17 marzo sono aperti i seggi per l'elezione del presidente russo. Quattro i candidati tra cui Vladimir Putin, la cui vittoria appare scontata

epa11221675 Russian servicemen cast their ballots during the Russian presidential elections in Saint Petersburg, Russia, 15 March 2024. The Federation Council has scheduled presidential elections for 17 March 2024. Voting will last three days, from 15 to 17 March. Four candidates registered by the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation are vying for the post of head of state: Leonid Slutsky, Nikolai Kharitonov, Vladislav Davankov, and Vladimir Putin. Residents of Donbas and Novorossiya are electing the President of Russia for the first time.  EPA/ANATOLY MALTSEV
epa11221669 A Russian serviceman leaves a voting booth during the presidential elections in Saint Petersburg, Russia, 15 March 2024. The Federation Council has scheduled presidential elections for 17 March 2024. Voting will last three days, from 15 to 17 March. Four candidates registered by the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation are vying for the post of head of state: Leonid Slutsky, Nikolai Kharitonov, Vladislav Davankov, and Vladimir Putin. Residents of Donbas and Novorossiya are electing the President of Russia for the first time.  EPA/ANATOLY MALTSEV
epa11221673 A Russian service member casts his ballot during the Russian presidential elections in Saint Petersburg, Russia, 15 March 2024. The Federation Council has scheduled presidential elections for 17 March 2024. Voting will last three days, from 15 to 17 March. Four candidates registered by the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation are vying for the post of head of state: Leonid Slutsky, Nikolai Kharitonov, Vladislav Davankov, and Vladimir Putin. Residents of Donbas and Novorossiya are electing the President of Russia for the first time.  EPA/ANATOLY MALTSEV
epa11221701 A Russian woman casts her ballot during presidential elections in Moscow, Russia, 15 March 2024. The Federation Council has scheduled presidential elections for 17 March 2024. Voting will last three days, from 15 to 17 March. Four candidates registered by the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation are vying for the post of head of state: Leonid Slutsky, Nikolai Kharitonov, Vladislav Davankov, and Vladimir Putin.  EPA/MAXIM SHIPENKOV
epa11221710 Russian people cast their ballots during presidential elections in Moscow, Russia, 15 March 2024. The Federation Council has scheduled presidential elections for March 17, 2024. Voting will last three days: March 15, 16 and 17. Four candidates registered by the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation are vying for the post of head of state: Leonid Slutsky, Nikolai Kharitonov, Vladislav Davankov and Vladimir Putin.  EPA/MAXIM SHIPENKOV
epa11221727 Russian people attend a presidential elections on the polling station in Moscow, Russia, 15 March 2024. The Federation Council has scheduled presidential elections for March 17, 2024. Voting will last three days: March 15, 16 and 17. Four candidates registered by the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation are vying for the post of head of state: Leonid Slutsky, Nikolai Kharitonov, Vladislav Davankov and Vladimir Putin.  EPA/MAXIM SHIPENKOV
epa11221731 A Russian man examines an information poster with pictures of the candidates for Russian presidential elections during presidential elections in Moscow, Russia, 15 March 2024. The Federation Council has scheduled presidential elections for 17 March 2024. Voting will last three days, from 15 to 17 March. Four candidates registered by the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation are vying for the post of head of state: Leonid Slutsky, Nikolai Kharitonov, Vladislav Davankov, and Vladimir Putin.  EPA/MAXIM SHIPENKOV

Si sono aperte le urne in Russia, per un’elezione presidenziale a cui il Paese è arrivato tra diverse criticità: la guerra – o operazione militare speciale, come la chiama Mosca – in Ucraina che prosegue tra alti e bassi, la recente morte in circostanze non chiarite di Aleksej Naval’nyj – “storico” e principale oppositore di Putin -, e la messa fuori gioco dalle candidature di tutti i rappresentanti dell’opposizione. In corsa sono così rimasti, oltre a Putin, altri tre candidati che sono comunque in qualche modo legati alla sua parte politica e soprattutto senza un seguito tale da poter mettere in discussione la riconferma del presidente uscente: Leonid Slutsky, Nikolai Kharitonov, Vladislav Davankov. Appare quindi scontato che al Cremlino non ci saranno cambiamenti.

Nelle immagini, alcune foto scattate a Mosca nelle prime ore di votazione.

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