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White Ribbon Protest at Russian Embassy in London on the 12 June 2012

posted 11 Jun 2012, 07:39 by Rights in Russia   [ updated 11 Jun 2012, 13:34 ]
Tuesday, 12 June 2012 18-30 - 20-00. London. Outside the Embassy of the Russian Federation

The Parliamentary and Presidential elections in Russia exhibited blatant vote manipulation and severe violations of the human rights of many Russian citizens. Multiple mass protests were illegally dispersed and hundreds of peaceful protesters illegally detained and persecuted, while the independent press and media in Russia are actively suppressed by the government. 


Global action of solidarity FAIR VOTE FOR RUSSIA will show support for sister protests in Moscow and St. Petersburg, all across Russia and are part of a series of protests taking place in 80 cities in Russia, as well as in New York, London, Berlin, Paris, Oslo, Tokyo, Seoul, Toronto, San Francisco, Washington, Montreal, Bergen, Dublin, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Kharkiv, Kiev, Lyon, Prague, Rome, Stockholm, Bern, Vancouver, Munich and over 50 other cities all over the globe.

For democracy in Russia!

For Russia without black colonels, general secrataries and fuhrers!

From the appeal in Russian:

Мы призываем вас выразить массовую поддержку движению за перемены в России и солидарность с протестным митингом в Москве 12 июня.
Пикетирование с белыми лентами у посольства РФ на Бейсуотер роуд с 18:30 до 20:00 во вторник, 12 июня.
Никто не должен остаться равнодушным!
За демократическую Россию без авторитаризма и коррупции!
За Россию без чёрных полковников, генсеков и фюреров!
Свободу арестованным участникам мирных протестов!


Konstantin Azadovsky (Russia)
Vladimir Bukovsky (Russia, UK)
Natalya Gorbanevskaya (Poland)
Andrei Illarionov (Russia)
Igor Irtenev (Russia, Israel)
Vladimir Kara-Murze Jnr. (Russia, USA)
Sergei Kovalev (Russia)
Pavel Litvinov (USA)
Yury Orlov (USA)
Andrei Piontkovsky (Russia)
Alksandr Podrabinek (Russia)
Boris Pustyntsev (Russia)
Zoya Svetova (Russia)
Viktor Topaller (USA)
Yury Fedorov (USA)
Viktor Shenderovich (Russia)
Tatiana Yankelevich (USA)