New Course — Automobile Russia

The New Course — Automobile Russia (NCAR; Russian: Новый курс — Автомобильная Россия; НКАР; Novyy kurs — Avtomobilnaya Rossiya, NKAR) was an electoral bloc in the 2003 State Duma elections. Orientation – opposition to the president, against the war in Chechnya.[4] The bloc’s pre-election slogan: “The state is for the people, not the people for the state!

Political party in Russia

New Course — Automobile Russia
Новый курс — Автомобильная Россия
Abbreviation NCAR (English)
НКАР (Russian)
Leader Viktor Pokhmelkin
Boris Fyodorov
Leonid Olshansky
Founded 7 September 2003 (2003-09-07)
Registered 15 September 2003 (2003-09-15)[1]
Dissolved 9 December 2003 (2003-12-09)[2]
Headquarters 16th building, Neglinnaya Street, Moscow, Russia[3]
Ideology Liberalism
Liberal conservatism
Drivers’ rights
Anti-militarism
Political position Centre-right
Member parties Liberal Russia
Republican Party of Russia
Movement of Drivers of Russia
Party of Economic Freedom
Colours

 Blue

Slogan «State for the people, not people for the state!»
(Russian: «Государство для людей, а не люди для государства!»)
Seats in the 3rd State Duma
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Party flag
Website
autorus.ru

The bloc was formed by the political parties Liberal Russia and Republican Party of Russia, as well as the all-Russian public movement “Movement of Drivers of Russia”. The block leader was Viktor Pokhmelkin. Particular emphasis in the bloc’s election program was placed on protecting the rights of car owners. The program included a statement that the bloc was opposed to the “predatory” compulsory “auto-citizenship”, which, in the bloc’s opinion, was another extortion. The bloc also opposed the “unfair” transport tax, as well as against the increase in customs duties on cars. In addition, the electoral bloc supported the restriction of labor immigration from Central Asian countries.

The top three on the electoral list were Viktor Pokhmelkin, well-known politician and manager Boris Fyodorov, and lawyer Leonid Olshansky; the party list in Moscow was headed by Konstantin Borovoy, in Saint Petersburg – by Sergei Vivatenko. The party has nominated its candidates in 12 single-member constituencies.

According to the results of the elections, the bloc won 0.84% of the votes of those who voted;[5] at the same time, Pokhmelkin was elected to the State Duma in the Sverdlovsky single-mandate district (Perm).

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  1. http://docs.cntd.ru/document/901882901 О списке кандидатов в депутаты Государственной Думы Федерального Собрания Российской Федерации четвертого созыва, выдвинутых избирательным блоком “Новый курс – Автомобильная Россия” по одномандатным избирательным округам
  2. https://web.archive.org/web/20031213123208/http://www.autorus.ru/ Дорогие друзья! От всей души благодарю всех, кто поддержал на выборах наш блок «Новый курс – Автомобильная Россия».
  3. https://web.archive.org/web/20040109173234/http://www.autorus.ru/moscow.php Избирательный блок «Новый курс – Автомобильная Россия» в городе Москве
  4. Программа блока «Новый курс — Автомобильная Россия»
  5. “Протокол ЦИК РФ о результатах выборов по федеральному избирательному округу и о распределении депутатских мандатов между политическими партиями, избирательными блоками”. Archived from the original on May 18, 2009.

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