Russia’s Central Election Commission on Thursday said it had found issues with more than 9,000 signatures of over 100,000 submitted supporting Boris Nadezhdin’s candidacy, with some allegedly attributed to dead people. Nadezhdin, who had attracted an unexpected degree of public backing for the race, said he disagreed with the decision and would appeal the matter to the Supreme Court.
“I collected more than 200,000 signatures across Russia. We conducted the collection openly and honestly – the queues at our headquarters and collection points were watched by the whole world,” he wrote on Telegram. “Taking part in the presidential election in 2024 is the most important political decision of my life. I am not giving up on my intentions.”
Source: The Daily Beast
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