Speaking at the XX Congress of the capital-based organization, he warned that the country’s objectives and strategic plans had been transformed into mandates, after sending it to the nation in its annual message to the federal legislature last April.
He noted that all parties, public bodies and civil society structures represented in Parliament participate in its process; “I can’t stop mentioning this,” he said.
Putin pointed out that the integration of forces around the national agenda is “our most important asset”, while emphasizing that the United Russia, as a majority party, plays a key role in fulfilling these obligations.
In this sense, accepting that responsibility is “acting harder and better than others, acting with greater energy and perseverance,” he commented.
The head of state stressed the need to act quickly and efficiently in the legislative field and in day-to-day matters, and stressed the need to clearly address issues affecting citizens and achieve substantial results.
Putin called on the people to appreciate, defend and strengthen their faith. “United Russia is, first and foremost, a socially oriented party,” he said.
He stressed that the bills put forward by the political establishment are supported at the federal and regional levels, as well as in support of the initiatives of citizens, volunteers, the environment, human rights and other associations.
He emphasized that the party, which had the largest representation in the State Duma, had always sought to develop its functions on the basis of feedback, which was “the most important component of any political process.”
Putin expressed his displeasure that the plans announced at regular meetings with citizens as part of the party’s initial referendum and will be reflected in his election campaign during an online community forum in December.
He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations.
The United Russia Congress will approve the list of candidates representing the organization in the parliamentary elections on September 19 and in its electoral program.
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