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MOSCOW, May 1 (Itar-Tass) — The May Day procession of trade unions has started in Moscow. At 10:00 MSK a many-thousand strong crowd of activists of Moscow trade unions started its march down Tverskaya Street from the Moscow mayor’s office building. The demonstrators’ columns carry a banner with the inscription ‘Trade Unions are for Justice.’ The winners of the Moscow Masters competition head the column.
According to the press service of the city’s main police department, “the action organised by the Moscow Trade Union Federation gathered some 120 thousand people, as of 10:00.” “The columns are moving from Tverskaya Zastava Square down Tverskaya and Mokhovaya Streets to Borovitskaya Square,” the police said.