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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Ilya Yashin
"The protest movement might not have achieved its aims yet, but we have made progress," Mr. Yashin said. "In the past, we were entirely underground. We could not take part in elections, and the authorities could do whatever they wanted with us. Now, we have support in major cities, and in Navalny we can finally offer a viable alternative to Putin."
"We are seeing a certain weariness. People had hoped for a quick result," prominent opposition figure Ilya Yashin said during Sunday's meeting. "But it's not a sprint; it's a marathon."