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February 12, 2014 (Issue # 1797) Aleader ofRussias main liberal opposition party, RPR-Parnas, quit over theweekend with agroup ofsenior supporters ina move that some say could be beneficial tothe Kremlin andlead tothe partys dismissal.
Moscow offices of the world's largest aluminium producer Rusal as part of a probe into alleged tax violations which the company have dismissed as groundless. "Items and documents (obtained as a) result of the searches... will be made part of the
Russia's Justice Ministry has officially registered the Republican Party of People's Freedom, also known as Parnas, which unites several opposition rightist groups and was actively involved in protests that followed the December parliamentary vote...
The new Russian opposition People's Freedom Party (PNS) has held the founding congress of its first regional branch in Moscow. To take part in the parliamentary election in autumn 2011, the party has yet to be registered by the Ministry of Justice...
26 People's Freedom Party leader Boris Nemtsov said Putin's rule resembles that of Belarus' leader Lukashenko [Reuters] Russian opposition activists, who led tens of thousands of people onto the streets in anti-government rallies in recent months,
Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters marched in Moscow on Tuesday, rejecting the legitimacy of President Vladimir Putin and demanding new elections, a prominent opposition leader said. "We believe that his presidency right now is not
The elections in March that returned Putin to the presidency after four years as prime minister "were not free, they were not fair and the results were not credible," Kasyanov said. The only thing that Putin should do now is "sit with us on a round
Russian opposition leaders could set up a brand new, broad democratic coalition or megaparty', which they say could count on gaining no less than 30 per cent of the vote at the next parliamentary election...The party's leader and co-chairman of the
Vladimir Ryzhkov, Boris Nemtsov, Mikhail Kasyanov and Vladimir Milov (left to right) at the party conference (RIA Novosti / Andrey Stenin) The withdrawal of the unregistered People's Freedom Party from the discussion group on political reform will
One poll finds that 80 percent of Russians say voting has no impact.