Home > Russians head to polls in general election as Navalny's 'smart voting' app is blocked

Russians head to polls in general election as Navalny's 'smart voting' app is blocked


The ruling United Russia party is expected to comfortably hold its majority in the State Duma after a lacklustre campaign season marked by a crackdown on serious opposition groups.

Added on the 16/09/2021 21:34:55 - Copyright : Euronews EN

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • Niger voters return to polls for second round of voting in presidential elections

    President Mahamadou Issoufou's decision to respect the constitution and step down after serving two terms has been widely hailed and paves the way for Niger's first peaceful, democratic transfer of power since its independence from France in 1960.

    21/02/2021 - Euronews EN
  • Millions head to polls in US despite record early voting

    With almost 102 million Americans voting early and millions more waiting in lines on election day, the rancorous campaign across a polarised nation clearly struck a nerve with the electorate.

    03/11/2020 - Euronews EN
  • As Americans Head To The Polls, The Stock Market Smiles

    US stock markets opened with optimism Tuesday, as tens of millions of Americans head to the polls to decide who will be the next US president. According to Markets Insider, analysts say the upward bounce was a reaction to the end of the uncertainty surrounding who will get the top job. Fundstrat's Tom Lee said in a note to clients on Tuesday that the result would rally stocks, regardless of who won. If Democratic nominee Joe Biden wins, Lee expects a 10% rally. A surprise win for President Donald Trump could jolt stocks 15% to 17% higher. Asset manager BlackRock says that from ending political gridlock to producing sorely needed stimulus packages, the outcome could trigger an upturn.

    03/11/2020 - Wochit
  • US Tech Giants Give Employees Paid Time Off To Vote

    Between COVID-19 and various efforts across the country to make it downright difficult to vote, the challenges of voting are becoming increasingly obvious. Following the lead of major retails, US tech giants like Twitter and Salesforce are giving their employees Election Day off in order to vote. According to Business Insider, rideshare company Uber is giving employees the day off as part of their 'Get Out the Vote' effort. Uber is providing links to voter registration sites through its app, and will assist in getting voters to the polls on election day. Other companies, like Apple and Facebook, are encouraging employees to volunteer to be poll workers.

    07/10/2020 - Wochit
  • Polls open in Singapore general elections

    Singaporeans vote in a general election as the city-state emerges from a major coronavirus outbreak that swept through migrant worker dormitories. The People's Action Party (PAP), which has governed Singapore for six decades, is assured of victory but faces an opposition with some popular candidates backed by the estranged brother of the country's premier. IMAGES

    10/07/2020 - AFPTV - First images

More videosNews

Watch video of  - DemainEntreprendre - épisode 12 - Label : Economie wallonne -

DemainEntreprendre - épisode 12

29/04/2021 12:55:32