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MOSCOW, May 3 (Itar-Tass) —— The organizers of the so-called " March of Millions" which the opposition plans to conduct near the Kremlin on May 6, claimed that they received no reply yet from the Moscow Mayor's Office to their notification.
"We have received no reply to our notification about the planned rally; the deadline for the reply was changed several times; we had been expecting the reply to come by 3.00 pm Thursday, but it never came. The Mayor's Office does not even answer telephone calls,” Co-chairperson of the Moscow branch of Solidarity movement Sergei Davidis told Itar-Tass.
"Now we have been preparing a statement which says that the Moscow Mayor’s Office has violated the law. We are inviting all those who want to come to the Kremlin to turn up there on Sunday evening. The exact place and time of the rally will be specified,” Davidis added.
Negotiations about the rally the opposition plans to conduct on May 6 have been going on since Thursday morning.