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YABLOKO's Ten Key Programme Issues

THE DEMOCRATIC MANIFESTO

YABLOKO's Political Platform Adopted by the 15th Congress, June 21, 2008

The 18th Congress of YABLOKO

RUSSIA DEMANDS CHANGES! Electoral Program for 2011 Parliamentary Elections.

Key resolutions by the Congress:

On Stalinism and Bolshevism
Resolution. December 21, 2009

On Anti-Ecological Policies of Russia’s Authorities. Resolution of the 15th congress of the YABLOKO party No 253, December 24, 2009

On the Situation in the Northern Caucasus. Resolution of the 15th congress of the YABLOKO party No 252, December 24, 2009

YABLOKO's POLITICAL COMMITTEE DECISIONS:

YABLOKO’s Political Committee: Russian state acts like an irresponsible business corporation conducting anti-environmental policies

 

Overcoming bolshevism and stalinism as a key factor for Russia¦µ™s transformation in the 21st century

 

On Russia's Foreign Policies. Political Committee of hte YABLOKO party. Statement, June 26, 2009

 

On Iran’s Nuclear Problem Resolution by the Political Committee of the YABLOKO party. October 6, 2009

 

Anti-Crisis Proposals (Housing-Roads-Land) of the Russian United Democratic Party YABLOKO. Handed to President Medvedev by Sergei Mitrokhin on June 11, 2009

Brief Outline of Sergei Mitrokhin’s Report at the State Council meeting. January 22, 2010

 

Assessment of Russia’s Present Political System and the Principles of Its Development. Brief note for the State Council meeting (January 22, 2010) by Dr.Grigory Yavlinsky, member of YABLOKO’s Political Committee. January 22, 2010

 

Address of the YABLOKO party to President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev. Political Committee of the YABLOKO party. October 9, 2009

 

The 17th Congress of YABLOKO

 

 

 

The 16th Congress of Yabloko

Photo by Sergei Loktionov

The 12th congress of Yabloko


The 11th congress of Yabloko


The 10th congress of Yabloko

Moscow Yabloko
Yabloko for Students
St. Petersburg Yabloko
Khabarovsk Yabloko
Irkutsk Yabloko
Kaliningrad Yabloko(eng)
Novosibirsk Yabloko
Rostov Yabloko
Yekaterinburg Yabloko
(Sverdlovsk Region)

Krasnoyarsk Yabloko
Ulyanovsk Yabloko
Tomsk Yabloko
Tver Yabloko(eng)
Penza Yabloko
Stavropol Yabloko

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Resoulution
On the results of the Conference “Migration: International Experience and Russia’s Problems” conducted by the Russian United Democratic Party YABLOKO and the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (the ALDE party)

Moscow, April 6, 2013

International Conference "Youth under Threat of Extremism and Xenophobia. A Liberal Response"
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What does the opposition want: to win or die heroically?
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Building a Liberal Europe - the ALDE Project

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Lies and legitimacy
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Algorithms for Opposing Gender Discrimination: the International and the Russian Experience

YABLOKO and ELDR joint conference

Moscow, March 12, 2011

Reform or Revolution

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Is Modernisation in Russia Possible? Interview with Grigory Yavlinsky and Boris Titov by Yury Pronko, "The Real Time" programme, Radio Finam, May 12, 2010

Grigory Yavlinsky's interview to Vladimir Pozner. The First Channel, programme "Pozner", April 20, 2010 (video and transcript)

Overcoming the Totalitarian Past: Foreign Experience and Russian Problems by Galina Mikhaleva. Research Centre for the East European Studies, Bremen, February 2010.

Grigory Yavlinsky: Vote for the people you know, people you can turn for help. Grigory Yavlinsky’s interview to the Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper, October 8, 2009

Grigory Yavlinsky: no discords in the tandem. Grigory Yavlinsky’s interview to the Radio Liberty
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September 22, 2009

A Credit for Half a Century. Interview with Grigory Yavlinsky by Natalia Bekhtereva, Radio Russia, June 15, 2009

Sergei Mitrokhin's Speech at the meeting with US Preseident Barack Obama. Key Notes, Moscow, July 7, 2009

Mitrokhin proposed a visa-free regime between Russia and EU at the European liberal leaders meeting
June 18, 2009

Demodernization
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European Union chooses Grigory Yavlinsky!
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Reforms that corrupted Russia
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Grigory Yavlinsky: "It is impossible to create a real opposition in Russia today."
Moskovsky Komsomolets, September 2, 2003

Alexei Arbatov: What Should We Do About Chechnya?
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Komsomolskaya Pravda, November 9, 2002

Grigory Yavlinsky: Our State Does Not Need People
Novaya Gazeta,
No. 54, July 29, 2002

Grigory Yavlinsky: The Door to Europe is in Washington
Obschaya Gazeta, May 16, 2002

Grigory Yavlinsky's speech.
March 11, 2002

Grigory Yavlinsky's Lecture at the Nobel Institute
Oslo, May 30, 2000

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Yabloko: Liberals in Russia

By Alexander Shishlov, July 6, 2009

Position on Some Important Strategic Issues of Russian-American Relations

Moscow, July 7, 2009

The Embrace of Stalinism

By Arseny Roginsky, 16 December 2008

Nuclear Umbrellas and the Need for Understanding: IC Interview With Ambassador Lukin
September 25, 1997

Would the West’s Billions Pay Off?
Los Angeles Times
By Grigory Yavlinsky and Graham Allison
June 3, 1991

Yabloko collected about 50,000 signatures for Russia’s withdrawal from war in Syria

Press release, 17.07.2017

In less than a month Yabloko has collected about 50,000 signatures as part of Grigory Yavlinsky’s Time to Return Home campaign aimed at Russia’s withdrawal from military conflicts and allotment of federal budget funds to Russia’s domestic development.

The campaign started in Ryazan on 19 June. On the whole, signature collection takes place in the central streets and squares of 50 cities in 40 regions of the country – from St. Petersburg to Khabarovsk. During the pickets party activists tell local residents which way the money that has already been spent on the military operation in Syria could have been used to develop the cities where they live.

We assume that every week of Russia’s participation in the military campaign in Syria costs over a billion roubles. Direct military expenses for the war totaled over 100 billion roubles. This money could have sufficed to build 400 kindergartens, cure 360 cancer patients, raise the state universities financing and increase child benefit. Launching one Kalibr cruise missile costs 85 million roubles. This could have sufficed for an average salary of 2,500 teachers and nearly 2,000 doctors.

In October 2015 the RBC news agency estimated the daily cost of Russia’s participation in the Syrian war at no less than 2,5 million dollars while the cost of the military campaign from September 2015 to September 2016 totaled at least 58 billion roubles.

It is worth noting that up to 40 per cent of passers-by in the streets of Russian cities, who communicate with Yabloko’s activists, approve of the campaign demands and most of them put their signatures to support it.

The data correlates with the research of the state-backed pollster VTsIOM. Thus, in April 34 per cent of Russians supported withdrawal of Russia’s military operations in Syria. The number increased by 9 per cent in comparison with the results of a poll conducted by Public Opinion Foundation (FOM) last year. It says that 27 per cent of respondents agreed that the government pays too much attention to foreign policy forgetting which country they govern.

Yabloko also collects signatures via the party website. As a results, we plan to gain support of 100,000 Russian citizens.

“A large number of people in Russia feel that nobody or nearly nobody shares their stance or their point of view. And when they learn that the number is not two, five or seven per cent but every third person in the country feels the same way, they will forget their fear. In this case the voter turnout may boost, and there may emerge prerequisites for not only electing a new nation’s chief executive but changing the political priorities. We collect these signatures not for the president and the government. It is high time we address each other is one nation,” Yabloko Deputy Chair Alexander Gnezdilov explained on air of the Alternativa programme.

The Time to Return home is part of Grigory Yavlinsky’s presidential campaign of 2018.

The campaign sparked an aggressive backlash on behalf of local authorities in some regions of Russia. The administration in Saratov and Tambov prohibited Yabloko’s anti-war pickets. The grounds for the prohibitions seem absurd from the legal point of view. The Tambov city hall prohibited to carry out Grigory Yavlinsky’s anti-war campaign during “the election period” since holding such events “violates the equality of candidates”. First the Saratov City Hall authorised the picket but then forced the activists to stop it using police force. The stated reason was that Saratov’s bombers stroke Syria.

Later the administration of Novosibirsk made an attempt to stop the campaign. A city hall official Polyansky called Yabloko’s activists “the accomplices of the Islamic State” and promised that the Federal Security Service will “see about” them. But after the story leeks to mass media the city hall had to authorise the pickets.

Last week the administrations of Yekaterniburg, Kazan and some other cities decided to use an old method – the places where Yabloko planned to hold pickets suddenly turned out to be unavailable. So, the party activists had to choose some other less favourable spots.

These days the campaign will start in Moscow and St. Petersburg and last until the end of August.