Russians go to the polls tonight for the three-day parliamentary elections as the first polling stations in the Far East (Friday morning, local time) open, in a process that has ousted the Kremlin's main critics. .
"Let's start!" said, giving the kick-off, the chairwoman of the Central Election Commission, Ella Pamfilova, in her meeting that was broadcast live on the Internet.
Russia spans eleven different hourly missiles. The areas of Kamchatka and Tsukotska, in the Russian Far East, were the first to open the polls, at 8 am on Friday, local time (23.00 on Thursday, Greek time).