"Nobody asked the opinion of Russians, who have to go to the polls as zobmi to create the corresponding television picture," - say the opposition
VLADIVOSTOK. February 22. VOSTOK-MEDIA - The leaders of Russia's non-systemic opposition accused President Dmitry Medvedev and Vladimir Putin's human rights violations in Russia.
They stated that the next elections in Russia will be no better than the recent "Belarusian representation," and urged Western leaders to stop flirting with the Russian authorities.
As RIA "Vostok-Media", with reference to rb.ru, co-chairmen of People's Freedom Party, Mikhail Kasyanov, Vladimir Milov and Boris Nemtsov and Vladimir Ryzhkov wrote an article for the American newspaper «The Washington Post». In her opposition urged Western leaders to stop the "politics of kisses and hugs" and stop flirting with the Russian "rulers." In their view, it has not brought any benefit to the West and in Russia it created the impression, as if Putin's system resembles others in the whole democratic world. "