The latest opposition "March of Millions" on Sept. 15 drew at least 14,000 people to Moscow’s Sakharov Prospect but has left many wondering what next for a mass protest movement that began as a call for free elections.
After the protests the Russian television channel NTV released two parts of the documentary film "Anatomy of Protest," sparked controversy around opposition leaders including the Left Front coordinator Sergei Udaltsov. The NTV TV channel accused the opposition of preparing to use illegal force, while opposition leaders have promised to file lawsuits against defamation.
A group calling itself 'Civil Roadblock' set up tents near the Independence monument on Kiev's Independence Square on June 8 afternoon to stage a 'Maidan 3.0' action. The tents were taken down by unknown masked men at night, the online edition Ukrayinska Pravda wrote, quoting reports posted in social networking services
Service on the international railway line between Warsaw and Moscow has been paralyzed by protesting farmers in Poland, according to the Polish Cultural and Business Center in the Russian city of Kaliningrad, which cited Polish media.