Re-election of president a foregone conclusion while opposition calls for boycott
Andrew Roth and Marc Bennetts from Moscow
Russians have gone to the polls in presidential elections that can only have one outcome: the re-election of Vladimir Putin to a fourth term in office.
The Kremlin is seeking legitimacy in Sunday’s vote by boosting turnout at the polls, while the opposition has called for a boycott and sent observers across the country to monitor for fraud.
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