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Russian opposition wants big protest over Putin's plan to 'rule for ever'

Reuters Monday, 20 January 2020
Russia's anti-Kremlin opposition said on Monday it planned to stage a big protest next month against President Vladimir Putin's proposed constitutional changes, which it cast as a ploy for Putin to rule for life.
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