BRIEFING: The 2024 Russian presidential election: Procedural democracy and factionalism

Wednesday 20 March @ 1600hrs GMT (London) / 1100hrs EST (New York)

On 15-17 March, Russia will head to the polls for the 2024 presidential election. However, the outcome is already almost certain in what will likely be the least free and fair election in Russia since the fall of the Soviet Union. President Vladimir Putin is almost certain to be re-elected comfortably. This will begin his fifth presidential term and sets course for Putin to rule until at least 2030, which would be his 30th year in power.

But beyond the managed façade of democratic legitimacy, how is Russia actually governed? And how does factionalisation both undermine and strengthen the Kremlin’s grip on power? To answer these and many other questions, please join us for a special webinar where we will go beyond the procedural nature of the election and deconstruct the ‘power vertical’ to understand what makes Putin’s Russia tick.

*Please be aware that we do not accept personal email addresses, when registering for the briefing please use a corporate address. If you are unable to register with a corporate email address please email events@sibylline.co.uk.

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