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However, in this case, the incumbent President Putin will not be able to participate in early elections.

The first round will be held on Sunday 18 March 2018.

If in the first round no candidate attains an absolute majority of the votes (more than half), then according to the law, a second round will take place exactly three weeks later, on 8 April 2018.

Independent candidates have to collect at least 300,000 signatures with no more than 7,500 from each federal subject of Russia.

In an article for Vedomosti, Yevgeny Gontmakher suggested that the rescheduling of the 2016 parliamentary elections from December to September indicated the authorities' intention to bring the presidential elections forward to spring 2016. Petersburg International Economic Forum, the head of the Committee of Civil Initiatives and former Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin suggested the feasibility of holding early presidential elections in March 2016, According to Russian law, early elections can be held only if the President leaves office before the end of his (or her) term (in case of death, impeachment or voluntary resignation).

The Russian figure skating federation published the full list of entries on 13 December 2016.

Competitors will qualify by competing in the Russian Cup series' junior-level events.See more on eligibility at the bottom of this page.Rules | FAQs Net Riders CCNA competition is open to any Cisco Networking Academy student who is currently or was recently enrolled (within ten months from the opening of registration) in one of the third or fourth CCNA Routing and Switching, CCNA Discovery, or CCNA Exploration courses.The competition is held in three rounds and students participate as individuals.The first two rounds are open on a specific date and time and are not proctored.As written in Article 81 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, a candidate for president must be at least 35 years and has to have permanently resided in Russia for the past 10 years, and cannot serve more than two terms consecutively.

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