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The genius of the ‘Noon against Putin’ protest

20 March 2024

12:59 AM

20 March 2024

12:59 AM

On Sunday, the final day of voting in Russia’s presidential election, Russians came out in an unorthodox protest against the Kremlin. At midday, they showed up at polling stations within the country and at embassies across the globe to take part in the ‘Noon Against Putin’ movement.

The strategy, assembled piece by piece by the motley Russian opposition, was simple.

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