Pavel Grudinin, businessman and Communist Party presidential candidate, reacts while submitting his documents to be registered at the Central Election Commission in Moscow. Photo: Reuters Pavel Grudinin, businessman and Communist Party presidential candidate, reacts while submitting his documents to be registered at the Central Election Commission in Moscow. Photo: Reuters
Pavel Grudinin, businessman and Communist Party presidential candidate, reacts while submitting his documents to be registered at the Central Election Commission in Moscow. Photo: Reuters
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analysis | Russian Communist candidate has zero chance against President Vladimir Putin … but a man can dream

Although Putin is overwhelmingly favoured to win a new six-year term March 18, Pavel Grudinin has as good a chance as anyone to come in second

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Pavel Grudinin, businessman and Communist Party presidential candidate, reacts while submitting his documents to be registered at the Central Election Commission in Moscow. Photo: Reuters Pavel Grudinin, businessman and Communist Party presidential candidate, reacts while submitting his documents to be registered at the Central Election Commission in Moscow. Photo: Reuters
Pavel Grudinin, businessman and Communist Party presidential candidate, reacts while submitting his documents to be registered at the Central Election Commission in Moscow. Photo: Reuters
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