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BBC: Kremlin intensifies crackdown on political dissent
13:01 15.09.2012
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“Kremlin intensifies crackdown on political dissent” – this is a title of an article published by BBC.  

In the article of Daniel Sandford it is said that Russia's parliament has voted to expel an outspoken opponent of President Vladimir Putin over alleged business dealings.

Gennady Gudkov, who joined mass protests against political corruption over the winter, denied the allegations and called the vote a farce.

“Analysts say the vote is being seen as part of a crackdown on dissent” – BBC reporter Daniel Sandford reports from Moscow.

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