Russia of the Future

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LeaderAlexei Navalny
Sponsored byOpen Philanthropy
Russian political party

Russia of the Future, originally the Progress Party and formerly known as the People's Alliance, is a political party in Russia founded on 15 December 2012 by member of the Russian opposition Leonid Volkov and later refounded on 19 May 2018 by Russian government critic and anti-corruption activist Alexei Navalny, who is also an opposition activist and founder of Russian non-profit organisation the Anti-Corruption Foundation.[1]


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Alexei NavalnyParty Leader19 May 2018


Party Members

Esperanza Aguirre3 January 1952President of Madrid who resigned after her right hand man was imprisoned
José María Aznar25 February 1953Prime Minister of Spain 1996-2004, "If Israel goes down, we all go down", various deep state connections
Manuel Fraga Iribarne23 November 192215 January 2012Member of both Le Cercle and the 1001 Club.
Alexei Navalny4 June 1976Russian politician designated "leader of the opposition" by Western corporate media, despite not leading the biggest opposition party. Mystery income stream, mystery decidedly non-deadly "poisoning" incident in 2020.
Mariano Rajoy27 March 1955


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