How the Pro-Democracy Movement Can Thrive in Russia | The Russia Desk: Extras | NowThis World

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Published on 22 May 2018, 20:06
“Nothing is forever and Mr. Putin is no exception.” — This man believes democracy can work in Russia.
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Opposition politician Vladimir Kara-Murza explains how the pro-democracy movement could actually thrive in Russia.

As Vice Chair of ‘Open Russia’ Kara-Murza organizes a nationwide grassroots pro-democracy movement for people, all across Russia, who reject the regime of Vladimir Putin and everything it stands for; the corruption, the authoritarianism, the aggression, the media censorship, the political oppressions, etc.

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