Thursday, April 21, 2011

RUSSIA - The end of protests Strategy 31?

As all 31 two years ago, the radical opposition (political parties and movements not represented in the Duma, the liberal right to extreme left) showed March 31 in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Nizhny Novgorod within the Strategy Action 31, to recall that Article 31 of the Constitution guarantees freedom of assembly.

One of the leaders of The Other Russia, also the leader of National Bolshevik Party and famous writer, Eduard Limonov, the leader of the Solidarity movement and former Deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov ultraliberal, were arrested, reports the daily Vzgliad Russian line. Both, respectively in Moscow and St.

Petersburg were at the head of unauthorized rallies by municipal authorities. In contrast, the celebrated defender of human rights Ludmila Alexeeva, also originally Strategy 31, and the protesters who had accepted it as to demonstrate on Pushkin Square, not the place Triomphalnaïa were not worried.

Since municipalities have begun to allow these events, the radical opposition movement was divided and Strategy 31 has lost its "coolness" and popularity, the site concludes.

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