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Russia protests demand: No to pension robbery!

Moscow, Sept. 2: More than six thousand people came out to protest under red banners against the plans of the authorities to increase the retirement age.

The action was called by the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (KPRF), but was also supported by many public associations, initiative groups from various districts of the capital, and non-system left parties, including the United Communist Party (OKP).

An important slogan of Sunday’s event was the demand to release the leader of the Left Front, Sergei Udaltsov, who was arrested for fighting against the “reform” and is holding a hunger strike in the prison hospital.

Taking advantage of the opportunity, our comrades formed their own contingent at the march and conducted agitational work at the rally. […]

The rallies against this anti-popular reform throughout the country have become the most significant in recent times.


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