Russian All-People’s Union

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The Russian All-People’s Union (ROS; Russian: Российский общенародный союз; РОС; Rossiyskiy obshchenarodnyy soyuz, ROS) is a Russian nationalistpolitical party formed in October 1991. In 2001, it merged into Narodnaya Volya. In 2008, it was reorganized when the People’s Union Dissolved itself. Its leader is Sergey Baburin.

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Political party in Russia

Russian All-People’s Union
Российский общенародный союз
Rossiyskiy obshchenarodnyy soyuz
Abbreviation ROS (English)
РОС (Russian)
Leader Sergey Baburin
Founded 26 October 1991; 30 years ago (1991-10-26)
13 December 2008; 12 years ago (2008-12-13) (refoundation)
Preceded by Russian Platform of the CPSU
Succeeded by Party of National Revival “People’s Will”
Headquarters 11th building, Trokhgornyy pereulok, Moscow, Russia
Newspaper Russian herald
Youth wing Union of Russian Students
Ideology National conservatism[1]
Russian nationalism
Political position Right-wing


Slogan “Let’s build the Russia of our dreams!”
(Russian: “Построим Россию нашей мечты!”)
Seats in the Federation Council
0 / 170

Seats in the State Duma
0 / 450

Seats in the Regional Parliaments
0 / 3,994

Party flag
Old logo of the ROS, with old inscription “Rus’ – Russia – USSR – Russian Federation”

The organization was founded by Russian nationalist-oriented members of the Russian Platform of the CPSU, and was launched on 26 October 1991 by Russian Supreme Soviet deputies of the faction Rossiya. According to Nikolai Pavlov, one of the ROS leaders, the party was established as a “patriotic and democratic” force with the aim of uniting parties of socialist orientation. Pavlov also stated that they had similar positions with more centrist organizations, like the Cadet Party of Mikhail Astafyev, the Christian Democratic Party of Viktor Aksiuchits, and the Democratic Party of Russia; however, one of the ROS member organizations in 1992 was the Russian Party of Communists, which was led by A. Kryuchkov. The ROS was part of the United Opposition and later National Salvation Front, belonging to the FNS right-wing faction.[2] Besides socialist tendencies, the ROS had connections with traditional Russian nationalists and monarchists and promoted pan-Slavist policies, including support for Serbia‘s expansion.[3]

The party published newspaper Vremya (Time). The ROS took part in the 1995 Russian legislative election within the bloc Power to the People!, which was led by Baburin and Nikolai Ryzhkov. It won 1.6% of votes, failing to pass the 5% barrier, but the ROS nevertheless got nine seats, all from majoritarian districts. The party co-operated with other formations of nationalist-communist orientation, e.g. the Communist Party of Russian Federation, whose candidate Gennady Zyuganov (supported by the ROS) was defeated in the 1996 Russian presidential election by incumbent Boris Yeltsin. In 2001, the ROS joined with three other nationalist parties to form the People’s Union (Narodnaya Volya). In 2008, ROS was reorganized when Narodnaya Volya dissolved itself.

On 22 December 2017, the Russian All-People’s Union nominated Sergey Baburin as its presidential candidate for the 2018 Russian presidential election.[4] On 24 December, Baburin filed registration documents with the Central Election Commission (CEC).[5] The CEC rejected Baburin’s bid on 25 December because it identified violations in the information provided regarding 18 of his party’s 48 representatives.[6] Baburin resubmitted the documents, and they were approved by the CEC.[7]

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Election Candidate First round Second round Result
Votes % Votes %
1996 Endorsed Gennady Zyuganov 24,211,686
2000 Endorsed Vladimir Putin 39,740,434
2004 Endorsed Sergey Glazyev 2,850,063
2008 Did not contest
2018 Sergey Baburin 479,013

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