Narva, Estonia will play host to Liberal Russia party leader Boris Berezovsky's internet press conference on August 26. Local Russian citizens and anyone desiring the chance will participate from potential supporters of Berezovsky and Liberal Russia to journalists. The Narva union of Russian citizens headquarters told Rosbalt that local businessman Andres Valme is organizing the event.
Yesterday the initiative group of Russian citizens in Narva decided to begin submitting documents for the nomination of Boris Berezovsky as a deputy to the State Duma. Russian citizens, who are living in Narva, want to nominate Berezovksy's candidacy in the 100th election district of the Kingisepp region of Russia. Valme said that approximately 443 thousand voters are registered in the region, of which 41 thousand live in Estonia. According to the Russian Embassy in Tallinn, approximately 120 thousand Russian citizens live in Estonia.
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