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Follow j. on and After five years of planning, a bronze bust of former San Francisco mayor and Jewish community pioneer Adolph Sutro has been installed in City Hall. A ceremonial unveiling of the bust by sculptor Jonah Hendrickson took place April
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...
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 of the leaders of the unregistered political party Parnas, Boris Nemtsov, accused the authorities of intimidation campaign after the court fined him 1,000 rubles for illegal propaganda against all candidates at a municipal election. Russian
The Russian opposition and public activists have united in a new protest movement. Their aim is to convince people to vote against all the candidates in the parliamentary elections in other words, to spoil the voting ballots. The People's Freedom
Several unregistered opposition parties are calling on voters to boycott the forthcoming parliamentary elections this December. The idea has been supported by extreme left organizations, football fans and some NGOs. In another angry outburst, the
The People's Freedom Party, or Parnas, intends to contest the Russian Justice Ministry's recent decision not to register it. A new political party has had its registration bid rejected for having underage and dead members...Boris Nemtsov speaks at
Russian authorities have refused to allow a new political party to field candidates in parliamentary and presidential elections, demonstrating an unwillingness to allow the opposition any voice in the process...But the Russian justice ministry
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.