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Russian opposition barred from Moscow vote, but still sees "victory"

CBS News Monday, 9 September 2019
Vladimir Putin's foes were barred from running for Moscow City Council, sparking huge protests, but even without their own candidates they saw a "fantastic result"
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For democracy activists in Russia, the real victory this week isn’t that Vladimir Putin’s party performed so poorly in Sunday’s Moscow city council election. That’s just a consequence of a far more important change in the country: the shattering of a feeling of helplessness in the face of the...

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