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MOSCOW, September 10 (Itar-Tass) - The Moscow mayor's office is ready to cooperate on arrangements for a rally supporting opposition candidate Aleksei Navalny, acting head of the department of regional security of the Moscow administration Aleksei Mayorov told Itar-Tass.
“We have received an application filed by Aleksei Navalny's headquarters which asked for permission to hold a rally in Navalny's support in Bolotnaya Square on Saturday with the expected number of participants put at around 25,000. If they want the rally, we have no objections,” Mayorov said.
"Now they are deciding whether they will stage that rally.They are to inform us about their decision at a meeting with representatives of the mayor's office on Wednesday," he added.