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"Ours will not enter the fighting with the dregs

November 2 2006
14:45

The leader of the anti-fascist youth movement Nashi, Vasiliy Yakemenko support of Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov banned the holding of "Russian March", and promises to give police the right to catch the subway nationalists.

"It is good that Yuri Mikhailovich Luzhkov last year served as a good lesson, and he had the civic courage of the fact that not in any way to prevent the march of nationalists in Moscow", - said Vasily Yakemenko at a press conference in "Interfax". However, he noted that with these people (organizers of the action) can work, explaining to them that "nationalism has never been a Russian idea and the realization of the slogan" Russia - Russian for "just a civil war." "In this case one should speak not of the" Russian march ", as a provocation ... We - the movement that tries not to react to provocation. Our task - to avoid provocations, not to allow fascist ideas," - said V. Yakemenko.

According to him, "to join the fighting with the dregs, for which the law - not law, but our history - nothing, and look for them on the subway - it's not the task of Nashi, and the task of law enforcement", according to Interfax .

Recall that last year November 4, the Moscow radical nationalists held a march called "right march. This action was criticized many human rights and community organizations. Organizers of the "Russian March", scheduled for November 4 in Moscow despite a ban mayor Yuri Luzhkov, did not abandon the event. "This will be an action of civil disobedience," - said to journalists on the eve of State Duma Dmitry Rogozin (fraction "Motherland"). "Trying to avoid the" Russian March "suggests that the law violated the Russian people," - said another deputy Andrei Saveliev.

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