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'''Fair Russia''' or '''Just Russia''' is a [[political party]] in [[Russia]]. It is the fourth largest political party in the nation after [[United Russia]], the [[Communist Party of the Russian Federation]] and the [[Liberal Democratic Party of Russia]]. The party was formed in November 2006 by merger of the nationalist party Rodina, the Russian Party of Life (a social democratic party) and the Russian Pensioners' Party (a pensioners' advocacy organization).<ref name="RUSSIAPROFILE>[http://www.russiaprofile.org/page.php?pageid=Political+Parties+and+Movements&articleid=1729" Just Russia] ''Russiaprofile.org''</ref> Sergey Mironov is the current chairman of Fair Russia. Its headquarters is situated in Moscow. The political ideology of the party is [[socialism]] and social-democracy.
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'''Fair Russia''' or '''Just Russia''' is a [[Russia]]n [[political party]]. It is the fourth largest political party in the nation after [[United Russia]], the [[Communist Party of the Russian Federation]] and the [[Liberal Democratic Party of Russia]]. The party was formed in November 2006 by merger of the nationalist party Rodina, the Russian Party of Life (a social democratic party) and the Russian Pensioners' Party (a pensioners' advocacy organization).<ref name="RUSSIAPROFILE>[http://www.russiaprofile.org/page.php?pageid=Political+Parties+and+Movements&articleid=1729" Just Russia] ''Russiaprofile.org''</ref> Sergey Mironov is the current chairman of Fair Russia. Its headquarters is situated in Moscow. The party embraces [[socialism|socialist]] and social-democratic ideologies.
  
 
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Revision as of 18:51, 1 August 2009

Fair Russia or Just Russia is a Russian political party. It is the fourth largest political party in the nation after United Russia, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia. The party was formed in November 2006 by merger of the nationalist party Rodina, the Russian Party of Life (a social democratic party) and the Russian Pensioners' Party (a pensioners' advocacy organization).[1] Sergey Mironov is the current chairman of Fair Russia. Its headquarters is situated in Moscow. The party embraces socialist and social-democratic ideologies.

References

  1. " Just Russia Russiaprofile.org

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