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MOSCOW, June 11 (Itar-Tass) — The organising committee of the opposition’s March of Millions due on June 12 addresses all participants to show up in advance to avoid jams.
This topic was on the agenda of the committee’s meeting on Monday, which was organised on the platform of the Solidarnost /Solidarity/ Movement.
First of all, the organisers said the investigative activities organised in flats of the opposition’s leaders were not affecting the plans to organise the rally on Tuesday.
“I would like to stress, nothing changes,” a member of the organising committee, reporter Alexander Ryklin said. “Everything is being prepared along the route of the march. We shall follow the scheme we are using always.”
Speaking about organisation of the rally, Ryklin said the entrance will be made either from Pushkin Square or from Petrovka Street. There will be 46 metal detecting frames installed.