BBC NEWS | Europe | Protests in Moscow at 'rigged' polls
Quote from article (The election commission strenuously denied the allegations.
"If you look up the laws, you'll see that it is now a crime to rig an election," said Gennady Raykov, who is co-ordinating the Moscow city election.)
Amazingly it is also a crime to murder someone, but this crime continues at an unending pace with it's victims anyone who has enough clout to be able to be heard and who is at odds with the murderers Putin and his puppet Medvedev.
Quote from article (It all flies in the face of President Dmitry Medvedev's recent promise to renew the country's political system and develop Russia in a democratic way.)
What we in the west fail to realize is that Democracy is different dependant on where one lives.
So, North Korea has a democratic process whereby dear leader is elected.
Moscow is quite obviously adopting the same strategy.
After Moscow, we shall find that the Russian general Election will be carried out in exactly the same (Democratic) way.