Putin’s grip on Russia so tight he’s willing to let exiled adversary coach candidates in parliamentary election — National Post – Top Stories

(Bloomberg) — The last time Vladimir Putin’s political party won national elections, ballot-stuffing allegations sparked the biggest protests of his rule. Five years on, Putin appears to be so confident in his hold on power that even his most dogged adversary is welcome to challenge United Russia in next month’s parliamentary polls — Mikhail Khodorkovsky,…

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