Monday, July 28, 2014

The 2014 FIDE Election is heating up


FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov: http://fidefirst.com



Former World Champion Garry Kasparov: http://kasparov2014.com

The election is heating up. Both parties have their own campaign website. I report, you then can make your own decision as who is the better candidate.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

With Nigel Short on his team, Kasparov will definitely win with 60 votes. Everyone can thank him for his contribution to this election.

Anonymous said...

Is it 2013 or 2014 elections we're talking here?
If I may, I will go for Kaspy, Ilyush has his time and serving more than a decade already. Let's try new team to lead FIDE.

Anonymous said...

Kirsan will win as usual

Anonymous said...

Kaspy (KGB abandoned spy) reportedly paid a Singaporean 250k US dollars to have 10 votes.
What is the deal with Shortie?

Anonymous said...

The average federation member cannot vote in this election. Only an official delegate of a member federation is allowed to vote in the FIDE presidential election. This process disenfranchises more than 99% of federation members. Is this really a democratic process?