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Topic - Pavel Khodorkovksy
"It's viewed probably as one of the only things right now that can push the country in the right direction from the outside because there are very few real levers that could be used by foreign governments to impact what's happening in Russia today," Mr. Khodorkovksy said, lamenting that "human-rights considerations have been pushed aside" since the reset.
He said the Russian opposition is closely monitoring the bill's fate.