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The Communists promised Russians death penalty

September 22 2007
13:08

On passing in the Moscow suburb of Moscow XII Congress of the Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov, the Communist Party unveiled a program with which the Communist Party intends to go to the elections to the Duma. The program is called "Seven Steps to a decent future."

"Dignified Future," according to the Communist Party, is the nationalization of strategic industries and the introduction of state monopoly on alcohol, tobacco, etc. Due to the proceeds from the nationalization of the Communists intend to upgrade the industry.

In addition, the Communist Party proposes to cancel the moratorium on the death penalty, which is currently operating in Russia. This, according to the Communists, would help reduce the crime rate. U.S. example, where one of George W. Bush when he was governor of Texas signed the death sentences in the hundreds, but the crime from that for some reason did not go on the decline for the Communists, apparently, is unpersuasive.

And anyway, according to Gennady Zyuganov, save Starn otkraha can only "a decisive turning left, which is able to implement only the Communists.

In addition to programs offered to the delegates to approve the first three of the Communist Party in the election. It included Gennady Zyuganov, Academician Jaures Alferov and Nikolai Kharitonov, head of the Agrarian and Industrial Union of Russia.

According to the Interfax news agency at the convention 240 delegates present. They must approve the program and lists of candidates for election to the Duma.

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