Human rights activists demand a meeting with Vladimir Putin for discussion of protests

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Human rights activists Valery Borshchev, Svetlana Gannushkina, Leo Aleksandrovich Ponomarev in the open address demanded a meeting with Vladimir Putin to discuss a situation with protests in Moscow. In the statement of human rights activists published on a site of radio station "Ekho Moskvy", it is noted that only the president can limit "a power arbitrariness". Lack of accurate reaction from it raises doubts that it has objective data on the events, human rights activists note. According to them, the meeting has to will take place to elections in Moscow City Duma...

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Vladimir Putin
Last position: President of the Russian Federation
Valery Borshchev
Last position: The member of the commission on human rights at the mayor (Moscow Government)
Svetlana Gannushkina
Main activity:Public figure
Leo Aleksandrovich Ponomarev
Last position: Member of Federal political council (ODD "Solidarnost")
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