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Why do we need elections?

Experts and politicians on elections and how they differ from those in authoritarian countries.

Tetyana Ivanova, media expert, managing partner of the Academy of Ukrainian Press, Kyiv
Volodymyr Fesenko, political scientist, head of Penta Center for Applied Political Research, Kyiv
Stanislav Klimovich, political scientist, Free University of Berlin
Ilya Yashin, Head of Krasnoselsky Municipal District, Solidarity Movement, Moscow

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