MOSCOW - Today is the last day of election campaign. Many so-called “patriotic” parties used such promises as to redistribute stolen or illegally bought state property, basing on the principles of justice, law and honesty, in their campaigns. And made a mistake.
According to a recent ROMIR poll, Kommersant reports, the majority of Russian citizens do not believe that revision of privatization results will change life in Russia for the better. Instead, they are sure that the property will get into hands of just another oligarch.
Of respondents, 39 percent saw the Mafia and organized crime as having the greatest negative influence on Russia today, while 37 percent believed that it was the oligarchy. For 21 percent, local authorities are the worst enemies.
In July, ROMIR arranged a similar poll in which the idea of renationalization seemed attractive to 77 percent of respondents.