This year is Vladimir Putin’s 18th year in power. Over the course of nearly two decades civil liberties in Russia have been rapidly rolled back and the economy is in a state of stagnation due to epidemic corruption. #ENOUGH is enough. Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s Open Russia movement has launched the nationwide protest campaign #НАДОЕЛО—a term meaning “enough” or “fed up” in Russian—in order to highlight issues caused by the Kremlin’s policies both inside and outside the country.
IMR joins the Open Russia movement and is calling for supporters around the world to join the #ENOUGH campaign and show solidarity with the Russian people who are standing up against the Kremlin’s repressive behaviour and demanding change in their corrupt political system. You can join the movement by going to enoughputin.org, creating an #ENOUGH avatar and sharing it on social media.
Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was assassinated two years ago. While the investigation is stalling, Nemtsov’s friends, colleagues, and allies from both Russia and the West continue to uphold his legacy—a democratic future for Russia.
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