Navalny Movement Scraps Protests as It Digs In for Long Haul

MOSCOW—The imprisoning of Kremlin pundit Alexei Navalny a month ago excited the greatest famous fights in Russia in almost 10 years, as his allies were joined the nation over by normal Russians annoyed

MOSCOW—The imprisoning of Kremlin pundit Alexei Navalny a month ago excited the greatest famous fights in Russia in almost 10 years, as his allies were joined the nation over by normal Russians annoyed with falling expectations for everyday comforts and contracting political opportunities. However, Mr. Navalny's partners have rejected further fights following the detainment of more than 6,000 in the new showings just as police savagery against the dissidents—factors that could make it more hard to continue to assemble supporters.

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