Who ran for president in Russia in 2012?
Who won the presidential election in March 2012?
Electoral votes. The election’s Returning Officer V. K. Agnihotri announced: “I declare that Shri Pranab Mukherjee has been duly elected to the office of President of India.” Mukherjee gained 373,116 MP votes and 340,647 MLA votes for a total of 713,763 votes to win the election.
Who was Russia’s first president?
|Boris Yeltsin Борис Ельцин|
|Preceded by||Office established|
|Succeeded by||Vladimir Putin (acting)|
|Head of Government of Russia|
|as President of Russia|
Who is the current PM of Russia?
Mikhail MishustinSince 2020
Current Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin took the office on 16 January 2020. The youngest head of government by his accession to office was Count Karl-Fridrikh Golshteyn-Gottorpsky, at age 26, and the oldest Count Pyotr Andreyevich Tolstoy, at age 81.
Who defeated Abdul Kalam in President election?
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam became the 11th President by beating his nearest rival Capt. (Dr.) Lakshmi Sahgal.
Which political party was in power in 2012?
The coalition was led by Cameron as Prime Minister with Clegg as Deputy Prime Minister and composed of members of both Cameron’s centre-right Conservative Party and Clegg’s centrist Liberal Democrats.
What is the complete list of candidates for president for 2012?
Here is your complete list of the 2012 candidates for President. We bring you each political party’s Presidential nominee, along with their running mate, picture, background, a brief summary, web site, email and physical address, phone and other interesting details.
Who are the candidates for president in Minnesota?
Michelle Bachmann– Congresswoman from Minnesota. Herman Cain– former Federal Reserve banker; from Minnesota. Newt Gingrich– former Congressman and Speaker of the House; from Minnesota.
What was the minimum number of votes needed to win the presidency in 2012?
Third party and other nominations. Four other parties nominated candidates that had ballot access or write-in access to at least 270 electoral votes, the minimum number of votes needed in the 2012 election to win the presidency through a majority of the electoral college.