Moscow rally targets corruption: More than 50,000 members of the pro-Kremlin movement Nashi are taking part in an anti-corruption rally in downtown Moscow. After the rally the organizers plan to set up a youth anti-corruption committee to ensure public oversight for the often murky state procurement system…
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Source: Voice of Russia
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Update: The pro-Kremlin Nashi youth group and the Russian opposition People’s Freedom Party both protested against corruption on Saturday, holding separate rallies in Moscow.
Police said the Nashi event brought 50,000 young activists to Sakharov Avenue, named after the physicist and human rights campaigner Andrei Sakharov, north of the city center, while a RIA Novosti correspondent at the opposition rally a couple of miles away said about 1,500 people took part.