Talk:Gennady Zyuganov

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Recent split, anyone?[edit]

It would be nice to add a bit on the recent party split here, although I didn't follow it closely enough to be qualified to write about it. Everyking 21:46, 30 Jan 2005 (UTC)

Outdated...RussianPresidential Elections 2008[edit]

[edit] 2008 Russian presidential campaign

In October 2005, Zyuganov indicated that he would run for president in 2008, making him the second person to step into the race for the Kremlin following former Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov. Putin has given no indication about a preferred successor, although he has repeatedly said he will not seek to change the Constitution of Russia to allow him to seek a third [successive] term. [1]

Zyuganov has pledged to "quadruple pensions and state salaries," according to one report, should he get elected.[1]

.... It seems that we have forgotten about Dmitry Medvedev and Putin's decision. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 69.17.167.114 (talk) 02:22, 19 January 2008 (UTC)

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Как так?[edit]

Товарищи, прошу прощения, но с чего вы взяли, что Зюганов антиревизионист, бред, он ярый правый ревизионист. --Ремеш (talk) 11:32, 9 January 2013 (UTC)

Gennady Zyuganov and his anti-Putin policy[edit]

Gennady Zyuganov, the leader of the Communist Party of Russian Federation,is a harsh critic of Putin ,but his recipes for Russia’s future are true to his Soviet roots. He is on record as hoping to renationalise all major industries and he believes the USSR was “the most humane state in human history”. [1]In November 2001,In an open letter to Putin ahead of the summit between the US and Russian presidents in the United States, Zyuganov said that Russia was betraying its national interests."It is blindly following US policy which has been characterized recently by open aggression" .Zyuganov criticized Putin for his decision last month to close a Cuban listening post that eavesdropped on US communications and a key naval base in Vietnam, as well as Russian support for Washington using basesin former Soviet Uzbekistan and Tajikistan for its Afghan strikes."Russia's national state and national interests may be

betrayed" at the upcoming summit between Putin and US President George W. Bush, Zyuganov warned.[2]On November 29, 2008, Gennady Zyuganov, in his speech before the 13th Party Congress made these remarks about the state that Russia under Putin was in: "Objectively, Russia’s position remains complicated, not to say dismal. The population is dying out. Thanks to the “heroic efforts” of the Yeltsinites the country has lost 5 out of the 22 million square kilometers of its historical territory. Russia has lost half of its production capacity and has yet to reach the 1990 level of output. Our country is facing three mortal dangers: de-industrialization, de-population and mental debilitation. The ruling group has neither notable successes to boast of, nor a clear plan of action. All its activities are geared to a single goal: to stay in power at all costs. Until recently it has been able to keep in power due to the “windfall” high world prices for energy. Its social support rests on the notorious “vertical power structure” which is another way of saying intimidation and blackmail of the broad social strata and the handouts that power chips off the oil and gas pie and throws out to the population in crumbs, especially on the eve of elections.[3] — Preceding unsigned comment added by NVRENGUANNANREN (talkcontribs) 12:33, 16 June 2013 (UTC)

  1. ^ Kremlin has plan B for poll run-off
  2. ^ Russian Communist leader denounces Putin for US alliance.
  3. ^ Political Report of the CPRF Central Committee to the 13th Party Congress, by G.Zyuganov, November 29, 2008