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Russian political satire takes aim at Putin
Theatre-goers treated to risky production that pokes fun at country's president-elect and political elite.
Last Modified: 09 May 2012 09:21

Theatre-goers in Moscow are being treated to a new political satire on their president-elect, Vladimir Putin.

The play's director says the production is a way of protesting against Putin's return to the top job.

Al Jazeera's Sue Turton reports from Moscow on the risky business of poking fun at the country's political elite.

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