Vladimir Putin refused to debate due to a busy schedule
The Central Election Commission (CEC) stated that the election headquarters of the candidate for the post of President of Russia Vladimir Putin refused free television and radio airtime for debates on federal government channels, RT reports.
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The current president and candidate for the position of head of state, Vladimir Putin, speaks out every day on all aspects of the life of Russians, said the press secretary of the Russian leader Dmitry Peskov.
“Putin is the current head of state who lives under a very busy presidential schedule. This fundamentally distinguishes him from other candidates,” Peskov told reporters.
Let us remind you that the presidential elections in the Russian Federation in 2024 will be held from March 15 to 17. There are four people on the ballot: Vladimir Putin (running as a self-nominated candidate), Leonid Slutsky (LDPR), Nikolai Kharitonov (KPRF) and Vladislav Davankov (New People).