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Committee 2008

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Committee 2008 is an umbrella organization of the Russian democratic opposition, formed in January 2004 in response to what they saw as the growing authoritarianism of President Vladimir Putin. The Committee's aim is to ensure free and fair presidential elections in 2008 and to prevent an appointment of a chosen Kremlin successor.

The chairman of the Committee 2008 is Garry Kasparov, members include Vladimir Bukovsky, Boris Nemtsov, Yevgeny Kiselyov, Vladimir V. Kara-Murza, Vladimir Ryzhkov and Irina Khakamada.

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