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MOSCOW, March 6 (Itar-Tass) — Co-chairman of the unregistered Part of People's Freedom /PARNAS/ Boris Nemtsov said the detention of citizens by police after the rally on Pushkin Square in Moscow on Monday evening has not affected the Opposition's plans to stage a protest action on March 10.
"We'll continue our peaceful struggle for fair parliamentary and presidential elections," Nemtsov told Itar-Tass on Tuesday.
On March 10, Opposition activists plan to march along Novy Arbat Street in Moscow.
"The authorities refused coordinating the march so far, but this is usual; we'll hold talks," Nemtsov said. He declined to answer the question about compromise venues of the protest action.
"The talks with Town Hall over the venue of the March 10 rally and march are due on Tuesday afternoon," member of the Organizing Committee "For Fair Elections" Sergei Parkhomenko told Itar-Tass.
Earlier, the Opposition dropped its plans to rally on March 8 and March 9, opting for a rally on March 10 instead.