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Police Raid Open Russia Moscow Headquarters

Posted on April 27, 2017

Today at 16:00 Moscow time approximately 25 police officers from Russia’s special forces OMON unit arrived at the Moscow headquarters of Open Russia. Open Russia’s activity was officially ruled as “undesirable” by the Russian Prosecutor General yesterday in a controversial …

Russian Attorney General Declares Open Russia ‘Undesirable Organisation’

Posted on April 26, 2017

Today the Russian Attorney General officially declared Open Russia’s activity ‘undesirable’.  The decision extends to Open Russia’s London-based office, as well as to the US-based Institute of Modern Russia. This controversial decision comes just days before the Enough demonstrations are …

As Russian Society Unites, The Kremlin Tightens The Screws

Posted on April 24, 2017

On April 29 2017 thousands of people will take to the streets of Russia’s cities as a part of the #ENOUGH campaign with official letters addressed to president Vladimir Putin demanding that he abide by the Russian constitution and refrain …

Tallinn Conference Elects New Leader Of The Open Russia Movement

Posted on April 18, 2017

After a long weekend of discussions, lectures, voting, vote-counting and re-counting; a new leader of the Open Russia movement has been elected. Aleksandr Soloviev, former assistant to State Duma deputy Dmitri Gudkov, joined the Open Russia movement in 2016 and …

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