Tag: Oleg Kozlovsky

Coordinating Council: A Big Experiment of Democracy

May 20, 2013

The Russian opposition’s Coordinating Council has been under fire from both the government and the protest movement itself since its election in October 2012.  At least 29 out of 45 members of the Council have faced harassment from authorities or their employers in recent months; three are in pre-trial detention or under house arrest.  Every […]