At the end of November, a single centrist political party will be formed on the basis of the Unity and the Fatherland, said Alexander Bespalov, chairman of the executive committee of the union of the two organisations, at a Moscow news conference on Wednesday. He said that the general council of the union recommended the Fatherland to put on the agenda of this movement's congress on October 13 the question "of forming a single party jointly with the Unity." The same question will be considered at the congress of the Unity on October 27. For his part, Vyacheslav Volodin, the leader of the Fatherland faction in the State Duma (lower house of parliament) has not excluded the possibility that "somebody third" would join the single centrist party. But he refused to name a possible participant in creating of this party, having noted that "at the present time active consultations are going on with regard to this question.