Newsweek: mass protests in Russia practically dispersed in Belarus

"In the past month — the newspaper writes, — Nizhny Novgorod about 20 thousand law enforcement officers were involved to stop the anti-Putin demonstrations little to what 150 people participated. Much of protesters were arrested. "
"Such excessive use of force characteristic Putin ally Alexander Lukashenko" — the newspaper notes. "And it is very contrasts with the situation in Ukraine, where, after the dissolution of parliament and early elections occur destination showcasing multi-million "for" and "against" the president that no one accelerates. Some Russian edition they say that the actions of Ukraine "chaotic and worthy of laughter." Promiscuous? Maybe "- writes" Newsweek ", but adds that it is called democracy in Russia is quickly winding down.

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