TV journalist Ksenia Sobchak, who is a presidential candidate of the Russian Federation, decided to challenge the right of the current leader to participate in the elections.
The TV presenter will send to the Supreme Court a statement and all the accompanying documents necessary to challenge the registration of Vladimir Putin in the upcoming elections. As Sobchak stated at a meeting with voters in Kursk, Putin, according to the current Constitution, does not have the right to stand again at the elections, since he has already been elected to this position twice. We are talking about the first two terms of the policy - from 2000 to 2008. In addition, according to Sobchak, in 2011, Vladimir Putin and the current (at that time) President Dmitry Medvedev entered into a conspiracy, deciding which of them would go to the next elections.