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Russian lawmakers move to eject Kremlin opponent

MOSCOW--Russian lawmakers said on Monday they had found evidence that a prominent opposition deputy violated curbs on business activity of parliament members, but he denounced their findings as a political reprisal.

A ruling by a State Duma committee based on the evidence paved the way for Gennady Gudkov's ejection from the lower parliament house in a vote that may be held a day before protests on Saturday against Russian President Vladimir Putin and the ruling United Russia party.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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