Moscow freaks out about federalization rally…in Siberia

 

International

For months, Moscow has applauded a separatist movement in eastern Ukraine as a justified quest for “federalization.” But when word spread of a planned August 17 “March for the Federalization of Siberia” in Novosibirsk, Russia’s third largest city, the country’s Internet monitoring agency took a less approving stance.

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