As our newspaper has already reported, the Russian Communist Workers’ Party today is holding in all large Russian cities an all-Russia action protesting against the government’s version of the Labour Code (KZOT). “In the cradle of revolution (St. Petersburg is meant), everything is ready to demonstrate obstruction to the intention to push through the “slavery code,” Viktor Tyulkin, first secretary of the RCWP’s central committee, says. In Moscow, demonstrators will gather outside the State Duma. “We will be fighting for the code developed by the Workers’ Academy Foundation and submitted to the former Duma by the deputies Grigoriev and Avaliani,” Mr. Tyulkin added.
Russian President Vladimir Putin would never fall to the level of personal insults, Kremlin official spokesman Dmitry Peskov said