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Topic - Andrei Isayev
Tens of thousands of people held the largest anti-government protests that post-Soviet Russia has ever seen on Saturday to criticize electoral fraud and demand an end to Vladimir Putin's rule.
"Let's look attentively and remember the faces of the organizers and active participants of this march," Andrei Isayev wrote in a post on the United Russia website. "Our mission in the years ahead is to drive them to the farthest corners of political and public life."
United Russia official Andrei Isayev on Saturday acknowledged that the opposition "point of view is extremely important and will be heard in the mass media, society and the state."