Putin's 20 years in power producing new generation of protesters

  The Guardian 

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New wave of protest leaders were children when Russian president first came to power in 1999 The young face of Moscow’s protests, a 21-year-old libertarian with 123,000 followers on YouTube , appeared in court on a television screen this week. Yegor Zhukov, a political science student at Russia’s prestigious Higher School of Economics, faces eight years in prison over controversial “mass unrest”
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