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Russian politics: blonde ambition

Marina Voloshinova, Member, Russian Party of Blondes

1968 - Born in Moscow
1990 - Graduates, Moscow Medical Technical College
1990 - Joins Moscow Institute of Radio Electronics and Automation
1997 - Joins Moscow State Institute of Economics and Statistics
1999 - Deputy economy director, Severlyon, Vologodsk region
2001 - Moves back to Moscow
2007 - Joins Russian Party of Blondes
 
Every year on the March 8 the globe celebrates the International Women’s Day, which was born to mark the struggle of women for their social and political rights. But there is still a major group of women who feel unfairly discriminated against in public opinion - blondes. Recently they have organised a political party. What are the party’s political goals and means? To answer this question, our guest today is a member of this party Marina Voloshinova.

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