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The youth movement of the notorious Rodina party has launched a new project called Patriotic Greenpeace to clean up the city
The youth movement of the notorious Rodina (Homeland) party has launched a new project called Patriotic Greenpeace to clean up the city, a senior official of the party's youth branch said Monday. "Patriotic Greenpeace is made up of groups of youth who will maintain sanitary control of markets, yards, and businesses," Oleg Bondarenko said. He said the new initiative was a long-term project that was not related to the upcoming Moscow Duma elections on December 4. "We will work until we sweep out all dirt!" Bondarenko said against the backdrop of the Rodina election campaign slogan "to clear rubbish from Moscow." This slogan was voiced in a TV advertisement featuring Rodina leaders Dmitry Rogozin and Dmitry Popov, who ask four men from the Caucasus to throw away their watermelon peels. This controversial ad created a stir in Moscow and was sharply criticized by many politicians, including Moscow Duma Speaker Vladimir Platonov and even Sergei Glazyev who heads the Rodina faction in the lower chamber of the Russian parliament. The Moscow Election Commission asked the Prosecutor's Office to check the legality of the political ad, which was later sent for analysis to a local research institute.
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