Putin wins Presidential election that not really happened, says…

According to Ella Pamfilova, chief of the Central Election Commission, approximately 76 million voters voted for Mr. Putin, his highest vote total to date.

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President Vladimir Putin celebrated an election win that was guaranteed. The authorities announced on March 18 that he had secured a record number of votes for a fifth term, confirming his complete control over the political system in his home nation.

After facing only token rivals and severely limiting opposition voices, Mr. Putin seemed ready to extend his nearly 25-year dominance for another six years. Even with little room for protest, Russians gathered outside polling booths around midday on Sunday. They were presumably responding to an opposition demand to demonstrate their unhappiness with the president.

Mr. Putin has served as Russia’s president or prime minister since December 1999—a period marked by worldwide military aggressiveness and a growing intolerance of criticism.

Early on March 18, Mr. Putin praised the overwhelming preliminary results as evidence of “trust” and “hope” in him. However, opponents saw them as a further reflection of the election’s predetermined nature.

“Of course, we have a lot of work ahead. But I’d like to make one thing clear: no one has ever been able to persuade or hinder our will or self-conscience since our consolidation. They have failed in the past and will fail in the future,” Mr. Putin said in a post-polls meeting with his campaign workers.

Not only were voters essentially given no options, but there needed to be more independent supervision of the election.

According to Russia’s Central Election Commission, Mr. Putin received 87.29% of the vote after nearly all precincts had been tabulated. According to Ella Pamfilova, chief of the Central Election Commission, approximately 76 million voters voted for Mr. Putin, his highest vote total to date.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the presidents of Bolivia, Cuba, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Venezuela, as well as the leaders of ex-Soviet countries Belarus, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan, all congratulated Putin on his victory. Meanwhile, the West called the vote a fraud.

British Foreign Secretary On Vladimir Putin Win

British Foreign Secretary David Cameron posted on X, formerly known as Twitter. The post says “this is not what free and fair elections look like.”

In the tightly monitored setting, Navalny’s peers urged anybody unhappy with Mr. Putin at noon on Sunday. As expected, the queues appeared to form outside a number of polling sites. This was both within Russia and at its embassies across the world.

Yulia Navalnaya & Vladimir Controversy

Image showing side by side pictures of the new Russian President and the opposition leader who got killed wife's, Yulia Navalnaya.

Yulia Navalnaya, Navalny’s widow, was among those who heeded the request. She spent more than five hours in line at the Russian Embassy in Berlin. She told reporters she had written her late husband’s name on her ballot.

When asked if she had a message for Mr. Putin, Navalnaya responded. “Please stop asking for messages from me or anyone else for Mr. Putin.” There could be no conversations or talks with Mr. Putin since he is a killer and a thug.”

However, Putin dismissed the impact of the apparent protest.

There were calls to vote at midday. And this was intended to be an expression of protest. “Well, if there were calls to vote, then… I applaud that,” he remarked at a news conference after the polls closed.

Mr. Putin mentioned Navalny by name for the first time during a press conference. This indicated that he was willing to release him in exchange for unidentified convicts in Western custody just days before the opposition leader died.

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