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  • Igor Grosu
    Igor Grosu “The plebiscite is a chance for Moldovans to show loudly and clearly that we are Europeans. ... We are not entering Europe, we are returning to it.” 7 hours ago
  • Maia Sandu
    Maia Sandu “Joining the EU is the best thing we can give this and future generations.” 7 hours ago
  • Igor Dodon
    Igor Dodon “We are categorically opposed to this referendum. We are not saying 'no' to talks with the EU and we are not opposed to the EU. We oppose Sandu using it as an instrument for her own interests and those of her party. We are therefore asking voters during the campaign not to take part in the referendum.” 7 hours ago
  • Ben Hodges
    Ben Hodges “Since the fall of Avdiivka in Ukraine's east on February 17 [2024], its forces have oozed forward, swallowing several villages, as Ukrainian forces have performed tactical retreats. Here we are in April [2024], and [the Russians] are oozing out. Why is that? I think it's because that's the best the Russians can do. They do not have the capability to knock Ukraine out of the war. Russia lacked the ability to equip large armoured formations that could move rapidly, with supporting artillery, engineers and logistics. I don't think it exists. That's why I feel fairly confident that the mission for [Ukrainian] general Oleksandr Syrskyi for the next several months is to stabilise this as much as he can to buy time for Ukraine to grow the size of the army, to rebuild the defence industry of Ukraine, as well as give us time to find more ammunition for them. I think of 2024 as a year of industrial competition. So the army has got to buy time.” 9 hours ago
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Russia 2024 Presidential election

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“Several factors contributed to achieving this surreal result: the intense brainwashing through Russian state media that channel the Kremlin's toxic propaganda; vote-buying through the expansion of the welfare state and various social benefits on the eve of the election; and ballot stuffing and rigging through the opaque early voting and electronic voting systems.”

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Freelance journalist based in Riga
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“This is a record figure. The turnout is a record - an unprecedented 77.44 percent. This has never happened in the history of the new Russia. We proved to ourselves that we are an independent nation … and in the face of the West we showed that we are united. We are proud of this.”

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Russia electoral chief
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“No matter who or how much they want to intimidate us, no matter who or how much they want to suppress us, our will, our consciousness - no one has ever succeeded in anything like this in history. It has not worked now and will not work in the future. Never.”

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President of Russia
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“The deep split within the totalitarian reality is manifested through the way Putin fanatically clings to the necessity of extending his endless cadences through 'election' while fully neutering the very essence of competition and open ending. In Russia, they consider elections as the most prestigious way to legitimise power. But totalitarian reality doesn't generate any prestige. It only generates fear and submissiveness.”

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Vice president of the Association of Political Psychologists, a group in Kyiv
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“The low turnout of Putin's electorate could play in favour of the opposition's plan, but only if the anti-Putin electorate mobilises to show up at polling stations. One of the main obstacles to that is the perception among many antiwar Russian citizens that the election is just a spectacle and there is no sense in participating in it. If this reluctance to vote is overcome, then, we may well witness a protest vote significant enough to dent Putin's legitimacy claims, which could dampen the war fervour and plant a seed of doubt in the political elite.”

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Former Russian diplomat
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“Domestically, Putin is poised to prioritise addressing Russia's demographic challenges, a longstanding focus of legislative efforts. On the foreign policy front, Russia is likely to persist in its opposition to what the Kremlin perceives as a unipolar global order dominated by the United States. On the Ukraine war front Putin is committed to continuing the war. From a military standpoint, there is little indication of a shift in the overarching strategy, although some refinements may be made regarding the roles of specific branches of the Russian armed forces, notably the Black Sea Fleet. Russian forces might adopt a gradual territorial expansion approach, particularly focusing on northern regions such as Kharkiv … and southern areas like Odesa.”

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Postdoctoral researcher in the War Studies Department at King’s College London
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“I can assure you that all attempts to interfere in the domestic affairs of the Russian Federation, in particular, in the process of our [presidential] election are, first of all, doomed to failure, and, secondly, will backfire on them [the Western countries].”

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Russia's foreign ministry spokeswoman
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“I don't know who exactly decided [that] about me, but I know exactly the reason … because my election rating, the number of people who are ready to vote for me grows 5 percent a week. [The] official understanding is that all the society is for Putin, for [the] special military operation as we call it, but it's not so. Majority of people in Russia want the conflict in Ukraine to stop.”

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Russian opposition politician and 2024 Russia’s presidential hopeful
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“I collected more than 200,000 signatures across Russia. We conducted the collection openly and honestly - the queues at our headquarters and collection points were watched by the whole world. Taking part in the presidential election in 2024 is the most important political decision of my life. I am not giving up on my intentions.”

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Russian opposition politician and 2024 Russia’s presidential hopeful
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