Bouquetin à Champagny le Haut en SAVOIE LIBRE

Bouquetin à Champagny le Haut en SAVOIE LIBRE

mardi 27 mars 2012

RUSSIE, VLADIMIR POUTINE, MOSCOU, UKRAINE, FEMEN, ECHO DES MONTAGNES, FREDERIC BERGER

FEMEN Protest Putin Election

[Image] Police officers detain one of the activists of Ukrainian group Femen trying to protest at a polling station in Moscow, March 4, 2012, shortly after Russia's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin cast his ballot. The sign on the girl reads: 'I steal for Putin!' The slogan refers to the term 'party of crooks and thieves' to describe Vladimir Putin's United Russia party. Russians voted today in presidential polls expected to return Putin to the Kremlin for a record third term, despite a wave of protests against his 12 years of domination. Getty
[Image] Police officers detain activists of Ukrainian group Femen trying to protest at a polling station in Moscow, March 4, 2012, shortly after Russia's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin cast his ballot. The sign on the front girl reads: 'I steal for Putin!' The slogan reffers to the term 'party of crooks and thieves' to describe Vladimir Putin's United Russia party. Russians voted today in presidential polls expected to return Putin to the Kremlin for a record third term, despite a wave of protests against his 12 years of domination. Getty
[Image] Polling station officials clash with topless members of Ukrainian feminist group FEMEN members at a polling station in Moscow on Sunday, March 4, 2012. Written on the bodies of the radically anti-Putin protesters is the slogan "I steal for Putin", referring to their symbolic act of trying to steal votes. Polling stations have opened across Russia's vast expanse for the presidential election widely expected to return Vladimir Putin to the Kremlin. (Misha Japaridze)
[Image] Police officers detain activists of Ukrainian group Femen trying to protest at a polling station in Moscow, March 4, 2012, shortly after Russia's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin cast his ballot. The sign on the front girl reads: 'I steal for Putin!' The slogan reffers to the term 'party of crooks and thieves' to describe Vladimir Putin's United Russia party. Russians voted today in presidential polls expected to return Putin to the Kremlin for a record third term, despite a wave of protests against his 12 years of domination. Getty
[Image] Police officers detain activists of Ukrainian group Femen trying to protest at a polling station in Moscow, March 4, 2012, shortly after Russia's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin cast his ballot. Russians voted today in presidential polls expected to return Putin to the Kremlin for a record third term, despite a wave of protests against his 12 years of domination. Getty
[Image] Police officers detain activists of Ukrainian group Femen trying to protest at a polling station in Moscow, March 4, 2012, shortly after Russia's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin cast his ballot. The sign on the front girl reads: 'I steal for Putin!' The slogan reffers to the term 'party of crooks and thieves' to describe Vladimir Putin's United Russia party. Russians voted today in presidential polls expected to return Putin to the Kremlin for a record third term, despite a wave of protests against his 12 years of domination. Getty
[Image] Police officers detain activists of Ukrainian group Femen trying to protest at a polling station in Moscow, March 4, 2012, shortly after Russia's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin cast his ballot. Russians voted today in presidential polls expected to return Putin to the Kremlin for a record third term, despite a wave of protests against his 12 years of domination. Getty
[Image] Police officers detain one of the activists of Ukrainian group Femen trying to protest at a polling station in Moscow, March 4, 2012, shortly after Russia's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin cast his ballot. The sign on the girl reads: 'I steal for Putin!' The slogan refers to the term 'party of crooks and thieves' to describe Vladimir Putin's United Russia party. Russians voted today in presidential polls expected to return Putin to the Kremlin for a record third term, despite a wave of protests against his 12 years of domination.
[Image] Police officers detain one of the activists of Ukrainian group Femen trying to protest at a polling station in Moscow, March 4, 2012, shortly after Russia's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin cast his ballot. The sign on the girl reads: 'I steal for Putin!' The slogan refers to the term 'party of crooks and thieves' to describe Vladimir Putin's United Russia party. Russians voted today in presidential polls expected to return Putin to the Kremlin for a record third term, despite a wave of protests against his 12 years of domination. Getty
[Image] Police officers detain one of the activists of Ukrainian group Femen trying to protest at a polling station in Moscow, March 4, 2012, shortly after Russia's Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin cast his ballot. The sign on the girl reads: 'I steal for Putin!' The slogan refers to the term 'party of crooks and thieves' to describe Vladimir Putin's United Russia party. Russians voted today in presidential polls expected to return Putin to the Kremlin for a record third term, despite a wave of protests against his 12 years of domination. Getty
Fashion Week Milan Protest
[Image] Members of the radical feminist group Femen protest at the entrance of the Versace Fall-winter 2012-2013 show on February 24, 2012 during the Women's fashion week in Milan. Getty
[Image] Members of the radical feminist group Femen are blocked by police as they protest at the entrance of the Versace Fall-winter 2012-2013 show on February 24, 2012 during the Women's fashion week in Milan. Getty