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MOSCOW, January 26 (Itar-Tass) - Left Front leader and Opposition Coordination Council member Sergei Udaltsov on Saturday submitted a petition to the Russian president's reception office to release the people arrested over the May 6 Bolotnaya Square mass disorders case.
Udaltsov told reporters that the Coordination Council planned to collect 100,000 signatures for the release of the arrested people and organize a march in support of those called political prisoners.
About 30 people came together with Udaltsov to the office to submit the petition.
The situation near the presidential administration is calm. Reinforced police units are on duty