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MOSCOW, February 3 (Itar-Tass) —— The calls for quickly changing the political system would not benefit Russia, Moscow’s Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on the eve of the mass opposition rallies that are to take place in Moscow tomorrow.
“The great advantage of our city is social and economic stability. The calls for re-carving the political system as soon as possible and extremist slogans will do no good to Moscow or Russia,” Sobyanin claimed at the Russia 2012 Forum.
In his opinion the people of Russia in the near future will make a decision in favor of order, stability and steady development of Russia, he said.
“This will let the city, the city authorities, investors and all citizens to make plans for the future and then act on them,” Sobyanin said.