In Russia, the planned new unauthorized March of Dissent

Activists of the opposition coalition "The Other Russia" are going to hold on Saturday (April 14) in Moscow, another action in a series of "Dissenters."
Such an action will take place on Sunday in St. Petersburg.
In the center of the Russian capital in the planned march installed iron barricades.
Riot police in Moscow from constricting regions
One of the march organizers Julia Malyshev told us that Moscow deployed special police departments:

Yu.Malyshava: "Regional SWAT is usually not responsible for their behavior in a strange town. Behavior of this riot can be more constructive ".

"For a lot of pulling together in Moscow riot police from different regions. The problem is that the regional SWAT is usually not responsible for their behavior in a strange town. Behavior of this riot can be more constructive than our capital. "
Three past Marches of Dissent (in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Nizhny Novgorod) were dispersed by police.
G.Kasparav: "The authorities are not willing to abide by the law and the Russian constitution"
Past favorite chess world, Garry Kasparov, now one of the favorites of the political opposition, said the march was banned despite its full compliance with laws:

G.Kasparav: "The law allows us to organize the event for which we have applied for."

"The authorities are not willing to stop to observe the law and the Russian constitution. We operate in full accordance with the law on mass events. Law, of course, hard and too likely limits some of our constitutional rights. Yet it allows us to organize those events for which we have applied for. "
"Newcomer Russian Revolution?"
Meanwhile Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky told the newspaper "Guardian" said that uses its base in London to prepare for "the latest Russian revolution" aimed at overthrow the regime of President Putin.

Berezovsky: "Putin has made a totalitarian regime. Swap it through elections no odds. The only way — to use force. "

Berezovsky davneshny Putin critic, says it has constant contact with representatives of the Russian political elite, who feel that the Russian president brings harm to the country, despising the constitution and ruthlessly suppressing any dissent.
According to Berezovsky, for the destruction of "anti-constitutional regime" can be used unconstitutional means. "Putin has made a totalitarian regime. Swap it through elections no odds. The only way — to use force, "- says Berezovsky.

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