Massive Crowds in Moscow Demand Reforms

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120,00 people — that's according to organizers; Interior Ministry says 29,000 — took to the streets in Moscow on Saturday to protest the pervasive corruption in Russia's political system. It's a peaceful protest, so far. The Post reports:

“I can see enough people to conquer the Kremlin right now. But we are not going to do it because we are peaceful,” said Alexei Navalny, a popular blogger and anti-corruption activist who has emerged as a leader of the opposition. “But we cannot be patient forever.”