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Анна Чакветадзе -- Chaki
paul_pipkin
#21 Posted : Thursday, October 06, 2011 2:18:40 PM(UTC)
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Right Cause Party: Like I say, they are not my politics but there is cerainly a role for this soprts of thing--not unlike being a Greens candidate in the US. LOL! 


 


...At a meeting of the remade party, Right Cause party members approved an election program and a list of candidates. Andrey Dunaev tops the list, followed by former presidential candidate Andrey Bogdanov and professional tennis player Anna Chakvetadze. Selection of a party leader was postponed until after the Duma election. Dunaev said that if the party got into the State Duma, he would head it.


Andrey Bogdanov said that “the party has no allies, as all the other parties come from the previous century. We consider ourselves new, young, from this century.” He added that Right Cause’s supporters were “those who are tired of the people on TV…those who are tired of the previous century,” a group that he estimates includes more than 30% of the electorate.


“Yes, maybe half of these people do not vote, as there is no line for ‘against all’. This line is provided by our party. By voting for Right Cause, they will vote against all, everyone who came from the previous century,” said Bogdanov.


He added that the party would fight to get 7% of the vote, the threshold for winning seats in the Duma. “If we manage to get 7% out of that 30%, it would be great.”


Tennis player Anna Chakvetadze, the No. 3 on the list, said she joined the party because it was young and everyone in politics “is boring and cloying. I hope our party will be a breath of fresh air for our electorate.”


Meanwhile, one plank of the party’s platform would allow Russians to possess short-barrelled weapons for self defense.


“We are for amendments to gun-control legislation covering short-barrelled guns,” said Vyacheslav Smirnov. (Another RC Duma candidate) He added that short-barrelled guns are allowed in many countries, and many physically and mentally healthy people consider having one pretty normal. A person who “has no problem with his head, is not a drug addict and has no criminal record” should be allowed to have guns.


“The best weapon for self defense is a Makarov pistol,” said Smirnov.


The party also supports a return to the direct election of governors and city mayors, the possibility of electing the Federation Council, lowering and ultimately eliminating the electoral threshold for parliament and easing party registration requirements. Party members believe at least have the seats in the State Duma should be filled in single-constituency elections among candidates who are members of one or more registered parties.


Right Cause members also believe gas should be priced in the range 15-17 rubles per liter. The party also suggests reducing taxes for small and medium businesses and setting a moratorium on changing tax rates for 5-10 years.


http://en.rian.ru/russia/20111006/167443559.html



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#22 Posted : Monday, November 14, 2011 2:56:43 PM(UTC)
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Dartagnan: This Russian story has a two-minute video interview with Chaki that obviously goes well beyond what I can draw from the mediocre online text translation. Would you please listen & see what she says?  Thanx.



Chakvetadze: Russia has a lot of talented girls, and all of Kazakhstan does not convert some




Russian woman Anna Chakvetadze in an exclusive interview with "Chempionat.TV" told about the purpose of joining a political party "Right Cause", and praised the potential of the Russian team of girls to 14 years. "Our party will fight for the seven per cent to enter the State Duma. The main to December 4 all went to the polls. I think a love of tennis I have the same as in politics. As for our girls, then Russia has always been the team in the age of 14 are healthy. The boys then, many are lost, since They begin a difficult age, and among girls there is always budding. I think all of Kazakhstan does not convert some, "- said Chakvetadze .
 


http://www.championat.com/tennis/news-990831-chakvetadze-u-rossii-mnogo-talantlivykh-devushek-i-vsekh-kazakhstan-ne-peremanit.html 



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