Anna Kuznetsova shares impressions after visiting United Russia party convention
Penza, 28 June 2016. PenzaNews. Anna Kuznetsova, president of the charity foundation in support of family, motherhood and childhood “Pokrov,” head of the Penza regional APF executive committee, shared her impressions from attending the 15th United Russia party convention dedicated to announcing the candidates for the upcoming State Duma election.
Over 2,000 people took part in the anniversary convention of the political party, which was held in Moscow’s “Manezh” central exhibition hall and broadcast live by Russia 24 TV channel.
During the convention, Anna Kuznetsova was placed to the right of the Russian President Vladimir Putin, while the Russian Prime Minister and leader of the United Russia Dmitry Medvedev was standing to the left of him.
According to observers, Anna Kuznetsova was given the most esteemed place in the convention hall: the event protocol service chose her for the position, since her mentions in the federal media grew several times over the past few months.
However, the head of the Penza APF executive committee will not be acting as an election candidate for the United Russia in either of the two local single-mandate election districts. However, she is included as a candidate No. 5 in the regional group No. 15 (Volgograd, Saratov, Penza and Tambov regions) – a group particularly notable for being headed by Vyacheslav Volodin, first assistant head of the Presidential administration.
Thanks to this context, Anna Kuznetsova’s Facebook-posted opinion on her participation in the party convention and the role of every citizen in the fate of their country becomes even more notable and worthy of thorough analysis.
“Standing next to the President, I had a fairly big realization that we all are very much different and have different motive, in spite of our positions and roles. Some people want to save the world, some school and teach their children, some develop their business, some strive for resolving environmental issues, some have to deal with the bills, some need nothing but living a calm life. […] And somebody needs to unite and direct this ‘multimotivation,’ head it for the common goal of creating Russia… This must take some inhuman effort, I thought. Which is why, in my opinion, it is very important to realize that we all should give attention to our common goals, that we all should realize the need to dealing with the common goals outlined for us by our Russia, by our President. It will make everything easier and more simple, and, moreover, it will allow us to clearly see everyone’s role in this big and strong history of our country,” Anna Kuznetsova wrote.