Golos investigation on how pseudo-public organizations simulate civic participation in Russian elections
Overview of the roundtable discussion on electoral statistics held at the Presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights
Nomination of candidates for the March 18, 2018 presidential elections in the Russian Federation (part 1)
Hungry Games: At This Year’s Gubernatorial Elections, Political Operatives Worked “For Food”
Political operatives often receive money from unknown sources in circumvention of official electoral funds
Golos: Citizens Should Call Shots on Government Assistance to NGOs
The Golos Movement would like to point out one of the problematic aspects of the government assistance to NGOs
Presidential Council Member Tries to Raise Obstacles to Free 2018 Elections
Golos Movement decided to respond to the principal points of Igor Borisov’s address, and to explain why they are dangerous or mistaken.
Golos submitted suggestions to the Central Election Commission of Russia on improving voting for people with temporary residence registration
Suggestions of the Golos Movement aimed at improving transparency and openness of the voting process for people with temporary residence registration and preventing voting irregularities
“Electoral tourists” from abroad: who are they?
Despite the fact that they had no official status of international/foreign observers, and, according to Russian law, could not be present in the voting premises, they were welcomed by the election commissions and allowed to spend time at the polling stations.