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What next for Russia's opposition movement?

Two leaders of the recent Moscow street protests have been released from jail after serving two weeks behind bars.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has been consolidating his power base this week, appointing a new cabinet, and rewarding his loyal supporters.

But how can the newly-energised opposition movement keep the momentum alive?

Daniel Sandford reports from Moscow.

  • 24 May 2012
  • From the section Europe