Russia a wide range of events have taken place to celebrate its
newest holiday – National Unity Day. Nationalists threw a number of
marches, while Moscow's youth engaged in dance activities and
main nationalist event – the 'Russian March' in Moscow gathered
some 20,000 demonstrators, the organizers claim, though police say
some 6,000 attended the event. The participants chanted their usual
slogans “Russia is for Russians” and such and were carrying
banners, Imperial flags and icons.
of the banners were of nationalist nature calling for migrants to
return to their home countries. However, also gaining notice were
some lesser held beliefs, such as calling to remove Lenin from his
mausoleum resting place.
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