From September 17 to 19, the Russians go to the polls in the framework of the legislative elections, in order to renew the 450 seats of the lower house of Parliament, the Duma. Our correspondent in Moscow, Vera Gaufman, deciphers the role of the ballot.
On September 17, the polling stations open in Russia, where parliamentary elections are held over three days. The Russians are called upon to renew the 450 seats in the lower house of Parliament, the Duma.
Since the constitutional referendum of 2020, the role of deputies has been broadened. They are now responsible for approving the prime minister, deputy prime ministers and most members of the cabinet. More details on the role of legislators and how to use this ballot with our correspondent in Moscow, Vera Gaufman.