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What's behind the Moscow protests? – BBC News

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Moscow is seeing the biggest protests in years this summer – with tens of thousands of Russians hitting the streets. They’ve been met with mass arrests and a violent crackdown by police.
BBC Moscow correspondent Sarah Rainsford explains what’s going on.

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Date: August 29, 2019

22 thoughts on “What's behind the Moscow protests? – BBC News

  1. BBC COMPOST THE Dumb BRITISH BRAINS FOR THE SAME MONEY.

    IN THE BIGGEST EUROPEAN CITY – MOSCOW GATHERED NO MORE THAN 7 THOUSAND PEOPLE WALKING AND UNCERTAINS, PREFERREDLY FROM OTHER PLACES, INCLUDING THE KIESKAYA MAIDANA.

    YOU, NAIVE EUROPEANS, MAINLY BELIEVE …)))

  2. Lol…. ''the economy have suffered due to sanction'' that's BBC view. By the way, Ms BBC, russia reserve is over $500 billion ! how much is UK reserve? Instead of reporting the actual cause of the demo she start to talk nonsense. Go and cover the on going protest in france for 40 weeks now since you want to spend more of the poor tv licence tax payers money.

  3. Бандиты правят Россией! Народ заслуживает мирного протеста. Они также заслуживают честных выборов и представительства. Полиция предает людей!

  4. I have worked and been exposed to many Russians and Ukraine has heard them talk about the suffering and frustration of living in their homeland, poor and difficult and unemployed by the economy.And contact with the majority of mainland Chinese through Vietnam travel.And most of the mainlands they leave the impression here, discharge the indiscriminate, losing hygiene, even talking lack of polite, not respecting culture we are. Even they go to the hygiene all places such as the temple, church. (although those places have public toilets, and they just like to go to the garden) did not comply with the road traffic law

  5. I don't get it? How can Putin's support rating amongst the Russian People be anything but in the low single digits? Oh, falsify the numbers. Like seeing your name on the roll for voting for a Pro-Putin candidate when you boycotted the elections and did not even vote.

    I can hear it now. Don't worry Russian People… if you forget to vote, I will vote for you, 30 million times?

  6. I know, volunteer to fight in Syria and then defect to Turkey. You can waive Hello to those Russian Sailors passing by your café on the Bosporus. Even the Name sounds Russian? Bospo-Rus.

  7. It's one thing for Putin to fill his army with conscripts from the East, poor Kazakhs, Turkmens, Mongols, Siberians. Not a big investment in training how to shoot an AK or load a mortar. But loose some mathematicians, engineers, scientists, doctors, lawyers, pharmacists, surveyors, metallurgists, chemists, and you have no one left to keep the wheels of Russian Society turning.

    And in the near famous words of Sargent Barnes from the Movie Platoon, "When the Machine Breaks down, We Break down." And we all know how that ended for Sargent Barnes. Shot by one of his own troops after a bitter battle.

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