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Golos Calls Putin a Main Electoral Violator

The country's only independent elections watchdog said it has detected fewer violations in the run-up to the presidential election than the State Duma vote but that one of the main violators is Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

Yavlinsky Says Yabloko Is in the Right

Yabloko leader Grigory Yavlinsky is accusing the Central Elections Commission of being overly harsh in its interpretation of the law when it removed him from the presidential race for having collected too many invalid signatures.

Deal Makes Rusmolco Industry Leader

Agricultural producer and trader Olam International of Singapore and Russia’s Rusmolco announced an “unprecented” investment deal Monday to make Rusmolco an international leader in dairy production.

Teachers Told to Attend Pro-Putin Rally on Feb. 4

Moscow schoolteachers have been ordered to attend a rally supporting Prime Minister Vladimir Putin that is planned for the same day as an opposition march.

Group Seeks Greater VVTs Protection

Architectural preservation group Arkhnadzor has called for the All-Russia Exhibition Center, or VVTs — which they refer to as Moscow's "Soviet Versailles" — to receive increased legal protection ahead of a $1.5 billion redevelopment expected to be approved by city authorities this spring.

Putin Realigns Positions in Writings

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin laid out his economic vision in the third of a weekly series of articles titled "Ideas for Russia" on Monday and called for a smaller state presence in business, a fight against corruption, institutional reform and a drive to wean Russia off its oil dependency.

Experts Say Subsidized Housing Sector Weak

The World Bank, the United Nations and the Economic Development Ministry emphasized the potential for developing state subsidized home construction, also known as "social housing," in Russia at a roundtable.

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