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Image copyright AP Image caption The protests against an economic policy that many believe is too friendly to Russia and rich nations, like China, led to several deaths in 2011
Russian opposition leaders have begun another round of mass protests against Vladimir Putin’s administration.
Activists on Sunday set up tents at different locations in protest-hit cities around Russia, including Moscow.
A second round of rallies in St Petersburg is planned for Sunday.
A poll this week showed 62% of Russians wanted Mr Putin to stand down. It was the highest in eight years.
He came second to the incumbent president Dmitry Medvedev in the last presidential elections in October.
But his approval rating fell from 73% in late November last year to less than 50%.
Mr Putin also came second in the recent local elections – a low point in his six years in power – but his approval rating has since improved to 72%, far above his record of around 50%.
“The main goal is to take Putin’s presidential administration hostage in a way, a way that is so unbearable that everyone will think this is a revolution,” the Kremlin aide, Aleksey Pushkov, told Russian state TV on Sunday.
Image copyright AP Image caption Protests in St Petersburg saw protesters chanting “Putin out”
Image copyright AP Image caption A man looks on as demonstrators in Red Square gather outside the Kremlin as a new round of demonstrations begins
Image copyright AP Image caption Demonstrators in Moscow hold banners reading “Putin out”
Image copyright Reuters Image caption Protesters carry a banner in Moscow saying “Resign” during protests
Image copyright AFP Image caption Demonstrators protest in Moscow’s Red Square
“If Putin doesn’t resign, he will be