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A Just Russia (Справедливая Россия, СР, Spravedlivaya Rossiya, SR, esers also translated as Fair Russia, or A Fair and Just Russia, is a social democratic political party in Russia currently holding 23 of the 450 seats in the State Duma.
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Political parties in Russia

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A Just Russia (Справедливая Россия, СР, Spravedlivaya Rossiya, SR, esers also translated as Fair Russia, or A Fair and Just Russia, is a social democratic political party in Russia currently holding 23 of the 450 seats in the State Duma.

Sergey Mironov

Sergei Mironov
In 2011, Nikolai Levichev was elected as party chairman, succeeding Sergey Mironov who led the party in 2006–2011. A Just Russia appointed three persons to its national list: chairman Sergey Mironov; Svetlana Goryacheva (a former member of the CPRF); and, a 27-year-old fiction author.
He leads the faction A Just Russia in the Parliament of Russia.

Nikolai Levichev

In 2011, Nikolai Levichev was elected as party chairman, succeeding Sergey Mironov who led the party in 2006–2011.
From December 2, 2007 to June 14, 2011 Levichev was the leader of A Just Russia party group in the State Duma.

Russian legislative election, 2007

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In the run-up to the December 2007 Duma elections, President Vladimir Putin—the country's most popular politician—explicitly and unequivocally endorsed the United Russia party, and decided to head its national list.
Official results showed that United Russia won 64.3% of the votes, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation 11.6%, the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia 8.1%, and Fair Russia won 7.7%, and none of the other parties won enough votes to gain any seats.

Russian presidential election, 2008

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On 10 December 2007, A Just Russia was part of a coalition of parties which nominated Dmitry Medvedev as their candidate for the 2008 Presidential elections.
Medvedev, whose candidacy was supported by incumbent President Vladimir Putin and five political parties (United Russia, Fair Russia, Agrarian Party, Civilian Power, Russian Ecological Party "The Greens"), received 71% of the vote, and defeated candidates from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia and the Democratic Party of Russia.

Yelena Mizulina

The party holds two committee chairmanships: Committee on Family, Women and Children Affairs (headed by Yelena Mizulina) and Committee on Science and High Technologies (headed by Valeriy Chereshnev).
She has changed her political affiliation several times, having served public office on behalf of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, the liberal Yabloko and Union of Right Forces parties and is currently representing the region of Omsk in the Duma as a representative of the social democratic A Just Russia party.

Russian Party of Pensioners for Social Justice

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The party was formed on October 28, 2006, as a merger of the left wing of Rodina, the Russian Party of Life and the Russian Pensioners' Party.
The Russian Pensioners' Party merged with the Russian Party of Life and Rodina into a new party, Fair Russia, on 28 October 2006.

Dmitry Medvedev

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On 10 December 2007, A Just Russia was part of a coalition of parties which nominated Dmitry Medvedev as their candidate for the 2008 Presidential elections.
The four pro-Kremlin parties were United Russia, Fair Russia, Agrarian Party of Russia and Civilian Power.

Russian legislative election, 2011

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The Communist Party of the Russian Federation received 19.19% of the vote and 92 seats, while A Just Russia received 13.24% and 64 seats, with the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia getting 56 seats with 11.67% of the vote.

Russian Ecological Party "The Greens"

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The United Socialist Party of Russia and the Russian Ecological Party "The Greens" merged into the party in 2008.
It advised all members and supporters of the party to join A Just Russia.

Russian presidential election, 2018

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A Just Russia has announced that they will not run in the Russian presidential election, 2018 and that the party will support current president Vladimir Putin for the elections.
The following parties could nominate candidates without collecting signatures: Civic Platform, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia, A Just Russia, Rodina and United Russia.

Russian legislative election, 2016

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The document was put together by the speaker of the Duma, Sergei Naryshkin, and the three leaders of the Duma factions, Vladimir Vasilyev (United Russia), Vladimir Zhirinovsky (LDPR), and Sergei Mironov (A Just Russia).

Rodina (political party)

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The party was formed on October 28, 2006, as a merger of the left wing of Rodina, the Russian Party of Life and the Russian Pensioners' Party.
Rodina merged with the Russian Party of Life and the Russian Pensioners' Party into a new party, A Just Russia, on 28 October 2006.

State Duma

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A Just Russia (Справедливая Россия, СР, Spravedlivaya Rossiya, SR, esers also translated as Fair Russia, or A Fair and Just Russia, is a social democratic political party in Russia currently holding 23 of the 450 seats in the State Duma.

Alexander Babakov

Mironov was elected the unified party's chairman, while Rodina's former chairman Alexander Babakov became the secretary of the central council presidium, and the leader of the Party of Pensioners Igor Zotov became secretary of the political council.
He was the leader of Rodina, a political party in Russia, for several months in 2006 and organised the formation of A Just Russia, a merger between Rodina, the Russian Party of Life and the Russian Pensioners' Party, sitting on its governing committee.

Astrakhan

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The party received its highest share of votes in Astrakhan (20%), Saint Petersburg (16%) and Stavropol (13%).
After fraud was alleged in the mayoral election of 2012 and the United Russia candidate was declared the winner, organizers of the 2011–2012 Russian protests supported the defeated candidate, Oleg V. Shein of Just Russia, in a hunger strike.

Liberal Democratic Party of Russia

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In the end, A Just Russia received 5,383,639 votes (7.74%), becoming the fourth party to cross the 7% election threshold and enter the Duma, after United Russia, Communist Party of the Russian Federation and the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia.
The LDPR surpassed the center-left party A Just Russia, becoming the third largest party in the State Duma and in tight approaching the Communist Party, almost even with her result.

Svetlana Goryacheva

A Just Russia appointed three persons to its national list: chairman Sergey Mironov; Svetlana Goryacheva (a former member of the CPRF); and, a 27-year-old fiction author.
Svetlana Petrovna Goryacheva (Светла́на Петро́вна Горя́чева; née Bezdetko; born June 3, 1947, the village Risovy, Anuchinsky District, Primorsky Krai, RSFSR, USSR) is a Russia's state and political figure, deputy of the State Duma of the VI convocation of the party A Just Russia, deputy chairman of the Duma Committee on rules and organization of the State Duma, the deputy head of the faction A Just Russia.

Socialist International

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On 30 June 2008, A Just Russia was accepted into the Socialist International, the worldwide organisation of social-democratic political parties, during its XXIII Congress.

Russian Party of Life

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The party was formed on October 28, 2006, as a merger of the left wing of Rodina, the Russian Party of Life and the Russian Pensioners' Party.
The Russian Party of Life merged with Rodina and the Russian Pensioners' Party into a new party, A Just Russia, on 28 October 2006.

People's Party of the Russian Federation

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The next year, A Just Russia expanded further, absorbing three additional small parties in 2007: the People's Party, the Party of Entrepreneurship Development and the Party of Constitutional Democrats.
The People's Party joined Fair Russia on 14 April 2007.

United Socialist Party of Russia

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The United Socialist Party of Russia and the Russian Ecological Party "The Greens" merged into the party in 2008.
In 2008 the party merged into Just Russia.