Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin is a Russian politician and former intelligence officer serving as President of Russia since 2012, previously holding the position from 2000 until 2008. In between his presidential terms he was also the Prime Minister of Russia under his close associate Dmitry Medvedev.
Mr Nemtsov, a former Deputy Prime Minister , Minister and a prominent Kremlin critic, was shot and killed in 2015.
the participants in the Saturday March to protest against the controversial plans to change The Constitution .
opponents say that President Vladimir Putin wants the changes, to retain power after his term ends in 2024.
organizers said the Association of the annual commemorative March with a protest against constitutional reform was, what did Mr Nemtsov.What Happened at the protest?
police said about 10,000 people took part in the Moscow March, during the monitoring of the organization's prized White counter, there were More Than 22,000 participants.
the participants carried photos of Mr. Nemtsov and signs bearing anti-Putin messages such as "No eternal Putin" and "against the usurpation of power".
- including a slight redistribution of powers between the branches of Government - in January.
The changes to a national vote in April. to find
protesters on Saturday also called for the authorities to keep track of who orchestrated The Killing of Mr Nemtsov.- Who is Boris Nemtsov was?
His political fortunes waned, when Mr Putin took over The Presidency , but he was an important oppositional force as the anti-Putin protests in 2011.< p > great. March found also in St. Petersburg on Saturday
He was openly critical of Russia's involvement in Eastern Ukraine after the annexation of Crimea in 2014. The Night before his death, he participated in a radio interview, in which he secured a protest March.
Mr Nemtsov's allies accused the Kremlin of involvement in the murder. Putin condemned the murder as "vile" and vowed to find the murderer.
Five Chechen men were convicted, Mr Nemtsov and The Killing , but the family and supporters of the slain politician to believe that the person who ordered the murder remain at large.
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