Russian opposition gathered to require "the resignation of Putin."
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Russian opposition gathered to require "the resignation of Putin."

Moscow : Russia | Jun 12, 2012 at 11:15 AM PDT
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Russian opposition gathered to require

As a result of the meeting adopted a manifesto of the so-called "Free Russia". The main requirement was proclaimed "the resignation of Putin, as a symbol system."

"We are making an early pre-term free and fair parliamentary and presidential elections. We need fair elections!" - Coordinator, said, "Left Front" Sergei Udaltsov."We need a unified plan, unified leadership, we must take the initiative ".

We need to stop talking, and really should be in power," - said a State Duma deputy Ilya Ponomarev.Sam rally, according to police, passed off without incident. Not a single detainee."I am very pleased with how the rally - was done vividly and emotionally.

It's wonderful," - said the human rights ombudsman, Vladimir Lukin."And the organizers and the Moscow authorities, and public council at the police department made adjustments in the preparation of this procession.

These adjustments yielded a result. In particular, the organizers regulate the passage of the column, its stop, control, move forward," - said a member of the Public Chamber Russia, the leader of the human rights movement "Resistance" Olga Kostin.

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Abdel Fattah Hussein is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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