Thousands of demonstrators are expected to brave Moscow's sub-freezing temperatures on Saturday to protest against Prime Minister Vladimir Putin as he seeks a third term as president.
Tens of thousands of demonstrators are expected to weather sub-freezing temperatures Saturday to march in Russia’s capital as part of a growing protest movement against the government of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, who is seeking a third term in the next presidential election after being ineligible to run for a third consecutive term in 2008.
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Date created : 2012-02-03