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Khabarovsk residents rally against president’s policies
The Communist Party held a rally in Khabarovsk under the slogan "Year of Hopelessness". It was timed to the anniversary of the presidential election. The townspeople who came to the rally spoke out against the social and economic policies pursued by Russian President Vladimir Putin, as well as the government of the country and the United Russia party.
According to the press service of the Khabarovsk regional branch of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, residents of other cities in the region came to the protest: Vyazemsky, Bikin, Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Speakers protested against raising the retirement age and VAT, rising prices and tariffs, increasing taxes and duties, falling incomes, adopting laws against freedom of speech.
The participant was criticized by the policy of the current government, while offering an alternative - to form a coalition government and implement the program of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation "20 steps." After the rally was over, participants walked from Komsomolskaya Square to Lenin Square, chanting slogans against the policies of Vladimir Putin.