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A quick summary of Alexey Navalny's presidential platform

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On December 13, Alexey Navalny published his campaign platform, a year after first announcing his intention to run for president. Navalny says his presidency would finance these reforms by fighting corruption, reducing the state bureaucracy, and cutting subsidies to state corporations. Navalny also wants to boost the federal budget by raising taxes on the gas sector and on dividends paid by state companies. You can read Navalny’s <a href="https://2018.navalny.com/platform/" target="_blank">full platform</a>, in Russian, on his website.
On December 13, Alexey Navalny published his campaign platform, a year after first announcing his intention to run for president. Navalny says his presidency would finance these reforms by fighting corruption, reducing the state bureaucracy, and cutting subsidies to state corporations. Navalny also wants to boost the federal budget by raising taxes on the gas sector and on dividends paid by state companies. You can read Navalny’s full platform, in Russian, on his website.

Photo on front page: Evgeny Feldman for Navalny's presidential campaign