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1621 Myrsephone I know Russia gets joked about a lot on the internet, but what are things really like up there? Does this sort of nonsense cause civil unrest? Or is the government really so oppressive that people are too scared to say anything?
563 hayden_evans Funny how they still call these things “elections” over there in Russia
595 PitchforkAssistant >Russian opposition good joke
163 YourPhilipTraum He keeps on attempting to run and he'll be resisting his own suicide.
355 mostly_sarcastic Stop resisting the Russian democratic process, Alexei!
119 khurram78 The Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been detained by police then released weeks ahead of a presidential election in which he has been barred from running.
17 Patch1221 Does this guy have a punch card when he goes to jail now. He should be up for a free sandwich I think.
200 DiedrichVK For what? Sneezing? Seems like every other day a Russian opposition leader gets arrested for something or other
13 water1111 I think its going to wild year when Zimbabwe is going to have fairer and free elections then Russia.
18 baphometsayshi how many times is navalny going to get jailed? this is practically a running joke now
19 lemonjuice83 Surprisingly difficult to run an effective opposition when it's outlawed
29 thereal-lordobones How is this guy not dead yet?