The election strategy that dissidents called for “smart voting” in the unified regional elections held on the 8th in Russia is causing ripples. Concentrate the votes on the opposition candidates with the highest approval rate other than Putin ’s ruling party “Unified Russia”. Although it is an extraordinary measure of dissidents that has been virtually excluded from the election, pros and cons have been split among the voter that it will actually boost the “institutional opposition party” that supports the regime.
The call was made by anti-activist activist Alexei Nabarny. A video that reveals allegations of corruption by Putin's administration and "unified Russia" executives was released on the Internet every day, and asked for approval, saying, "Parties do not matter. ing.
Russia's opposition groups include “institutional opposition parties” such as the Russian Communist Party, which are under the control of the Putin administration, and anti-putin dissidents. Dissidents in this Moscow city election and governor's election have seen a series of cases in which no-candidates are not accepted from the selection due to lack of documents, etc., and voters have rebounded.
Mr. Navariny ’s strategy is anti-government…