Party of Russia's Rebirth

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Party of Russia's Rebirth
Партия возрождения России
Leader Viktor Archipov

15 July 2000

  • 15 July 2000
    (Movement of Russia)
  • 7 September 2002
    (PVR Party)
  • 26 October 2012
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
Ideology Democratic socialism[1]
International affiliation None
Seats in the State Duma
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The Party of Russia's Rebirth (Партия возрождения России, Partiya Vozrozhdeniya Rossii) is a left-wing nationalist political party in Russia led by Gennady Seleznev, former Duma speaker and then member of Communist Party of Russia (2002-2007), and later by the Nationalist writer Georgy Pryakhin (2007-2008).[2] The party took the name of the illegal Russian fascist party, which existed in the USSR, and abroad among the Russian expatriates, in the 1930s.[3][4]

PVR symbol 2002 years

At the last legislative elections, December 7, 2003, the alliance of the Party of Russia's Rebirth and the Russian Party of Life party won 1.9% of the popular vote and no seats on the party list ballot, although Seleznev himself narrowly beat liberal candidate Irina Khakamada in Saint Petersburg to win a seat there.

In the 2007 elections Party of Russia's Rebirth blocked up with another nationalist party, Patriots of Russia, led by Gennady Semigin.

On September 9, 2008, the party was officially dissolved.[5][6] Many of the members including Gennady Seleznev joined Patriots of Russia.[7]

The party was re-founded in October 2012 and registered once again in May 2013.


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