Russian Party of Life

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Russian Party of Life

Российская партия жизни
LeaderSergey Mironov
Founded29 June 2002
Dissolved28 October 2006
Merged intoA Just Russia
HeadquartersMoscow, Russia
IdeologyEnvironmentalism
Economic liberalism
Third Way
Nationalism
Political positionCentre


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The Russian Party of Life (Российская партия жизни, Rossiyskaya Partiya Zhizni) was a political party in Russia, led by Sergey Mironov (Speaker of the Federation Council, the upper house of the Russian parliament). According to its website, the party was liberal on economic issues and nationalistic on everything else. Its headquarters were located in Moscow.

In the legislative elections on 7 December 2003, the alliance of the Party of Russia's Rebirth and the Russian Party of Life party won only 1.9% of the popular vote and no seats, despite attracting to its list a number of Russian celebrities, most famously Oxana Fedorova.

The Russian Party of Life merged with Rodina and the Russian Pensioners' Party into a new party, A Just Russia, on 28 October 2006.

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