Major parties could eventually merge into one, according to TELMENEWS.RU news agency
SRZP leader Sergei Mironov called the unification of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and A Just Russia – For the Truth inevitable. He claims that such negotiations are ongoing. And both publicly and not in the public sphere. Mironov truly believes that in historical perspective this unification is inevitable. But he made it clear that under current Communist leadership, that is unlikely to happen. He believes that the two political movements have similar ideological platforms.
Recall that the SRZP decided not to appoint possible rivals to Putin in the 2024 elections. The parties of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and the Liberal Democratic Party, unlike “Fair Russia”, decided to not refuse to participate in the presidential elections of 2024.
According to the authors of the telegram channel “Successor”, Mironov thus trolls the “old guard” of the Communist Party.
“The young pragmatists of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation are quite calm about the idea, realizing that it will not be a question of unification, but of the absorption of the weaker SRs,” writes the source.
Note that earlier there was information that Prilepin should be the candidate of the party Fair Russia – Patriots of Russia – For the Truth in the presidential elections of 2024. The telegram channel “Image of the Future” reports that the behavior of Mironov is a big miscalculation from the leader. His statements are not always appropriate.
“Sergey Mironov recently made two miscalculations, the consequences of which may be insignificant, given his direct contact with the president, but they illustrate that another old horse in the harness of the systemic opposition is plowing less and less deeply,” the authors explain. .
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