Comparative table of interests of Russians and political parties 1991-1999

Main social strata Main political interests Political parties and blocs Political leaders Features of political self-determination
Elite, new ruling class: high-ranking officials, leaders of political parties, big businessmen, the top of the intelligentsia Maintaining control over political power to preserve the results of privatization and implement further privatization Union of Right Forces (SPS)

“United Russia” Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR)

Chubais

Nemtsov

Khakamada

Zhirinovsky

Gryzlov

Putin

Medvedev

“United Russia” and the Liberal Democratic Party try to speak on behalf of the majority of the population
Middle strata: officials, entrepreneurs, part of public sector and private sector workers, part of the intelligentsia Protection by the state against the arbitrariness of corrupt officials and the criminal world, normal conditions for professional activity Yabloko Party Social Democratic Party of Russia Communist Party of the Russian Federation Yavlinsky Glazyev Zyuganov For the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, these groups of ns are the main support
Poor strata (“old Russians”): a significant part of employees, pensioners, youth Social protection from the state, ensuring not lower than the subsistence level Communist Party

political parties to the left of the Communist Party

Zyuganov Tyulkin Limonov This part of the population is the main object of political manipulation before the next elections
Marginal layers One-off handouts and lack of control Criminal groups Criminal leaders  

 

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