The Other Russia (party)
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|Founded||10 July 2010|
|Preceded by||National Bolshevik Party|
|Armed wing||Interbrigades (Donbass)|
|Slogan||"Russia is everything, the rest is nothing!"|
"Nation! Homeland! Socialism!"
The Other Russia was established on 10 July 2010 by members of the National Bolshevik Party during their congress in Moscow. On 21 January 2011, The Other Russia was denied registration by the Federal Registration Service because they did not have enough popular support among the Russian people.
In 2010, three members of the party were arrested and beaten for their role in the Manezhnaya Square riots. These arrests were flagged by human rights organizations as politically motivated by the member's involvement in The Other Russia.
Since 2014, National Bolsheviks members of The Other Russia participated in pro-Russian unrest in Donbass. Members of the party formed armed troops Interbrigades and two members of The Other Russia were killed during the War in Donbass
On 22 September 2018, the special congress of the Other Russia party was held in Moscow. Eduard Limonov and another leaders gave their speeches. The congress was attended by delegates from regional branches of the party. Beness Aijo participated as representative of the armed forces of Novorossiya.
During the International Security Exhibition in Moscow on 26 October 2018, The Other Russia activist Olga Shalina cut her veins in act of symbolic protest against human rights violations in Russian penitentiary system. Shalina spoke about conditions in Russian prisons and spread leaflets criticizing police, shouting "Freedom for prisoners!".
Former Deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov said The Other Russia "united national-bolsheviks, nationalists, liberals, social-democrats, and socialists", adding that "there are no parties similar to that one anywhere in the world".
- National Bolshevik Party
- National Bolshevism
- The Other Russia (coalition)
- War in Donbass
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- "Получен письменный отказ в регистрации партии "Другая Россия". Archived 2 May 2013 at the Wayback Machine
- "Manezh Square Riot Suspects Appear in Court". The Moscow Times. 12 August 2011. Retrieved 20 February 2016.
- "The List of Persons Recognized as Political Prisoners by Russia's Memorial Human Rights Center". Archived from the original on 21 December 2015.
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- "Нацболы отбили атаку карателей в ЛНР". Archived 13 November 2014 at the Wayback Machine.
- "Нацболы отбили атаку карателей в ЛНР".
- В бою под Луганском погиб Илья Гурьев. drugoros.ru
- "Питерский нацбол погиб под Дебальцево".
- "Питерский нацбол погиб под Дебальцево".
- "Russian police hold far-left activists in Saint Petersburg".
- "Казак Владимир Логинов и член партии "Другая Россия" Кирилл Ананьев погибли в Сирии".
- "Russians killed in clash with U.S.-led forces in Syria, say associates".
- "Сторонники Лимонова выходят из подполья: «Другая Россия» зарегистрируется как партия".
- "Попытка №6: «Другая Россия» Лимонова снова пытается легализоваться".
- "Activist Cuts Her Veins In Protest Against Conditions In Russian Prisons".
- "Activist cuts open veins to protest against Russian prison abuse".
- "Нацбол Ольга Шалина вскрыла вены на экспозиции ФСИН".
- "Scandalous opposition leader creates new political party".
- ‹See Tfd›(in Russian) The Other Russia official blog.
- ‹See Tfd›(in Russian) The Other Russia on Twitter.
- ‹See Tfd›(in Russian) The Other Russia - official site at the Wayback Machine (archived 30 May 2013).
- ‹See Tfd›(in English) The Other Russia - book by Eduard Limonov at the Wayback Machine (archived 25 November 2006).
- ‹See Tfd›(in Russian) Total Mobilization. Official organ of The Other Russia.
- ‹See Tfd›(in English) In Ukraine, foreigners fight for socialism and Greater Russia. An interview with national-Bolshevik Beness Aijo, member of The Other Russia.
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