Mar. 24 - Opposition protesters rally in Moscow and St Petersburg and say more protests to come ahead of Vladimir Putin's inauguration as president. Rough cut - no reporter narration.
Russia's opposition leaders stage anti-election protests in election in the country's two biggest cities - Moscow and St Petersburg. They say more protests will follow in April and May against the inauguration of Vladimir Putin as Russia's new president. They urge protesters to continue to question Putin's legitimacy and fight for serious reforms and fair elections.