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All independents had to register by 15 December, and candidates nominated by parties had to register by 18 January. On 2 March, outgoing President Dmitry Medvedev addressed the nation on the national television channels about the following presidential election.

He invited the citizens of Russia to vote in the election to be held on 4 March 2012.

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It takes a commitment from both parties to make it a success.

There were over 108,000,000 eligible voters and almost all 95,000 polling stations had webcams to observe the voting process.

Following criticism of the vote in the December elections, 2 web cameras were dedicated to streaming the activities at each polling station, at an expense of five million dollars, “There were serious problems from the very start of this election.

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The BBC reported that some attendees claimed they had been made to take part in the rally or paid.

At the United Russia Congress in Moscow on 24 September 2011, Russian president Dmitry Medvedev proposed that his predecessor, Vladimir Putin stand for the Presidency in 2012; an offer which Putin accepted.

Putin immediately offered Medvedev to stand on the United Russia ticket in the parliamentary elections in December and becoming Prime Minister of Russia at the end of his presidential term.

Vladimir Volfovich Zhirinovsky is a veteran of Russian politics who has participated in five presidential elections in Russia (every election since 1996).

Zhirinovsky's campaign slogan for 2012 was "Vote Zhirinovsky, or things will get worse".

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