Allegations of vote rigging in the December 4th Russian elections have sent as many as 100,000 Russians back into the streets of Moscow to protest Vladimir Putin.  A similar crowd – both calling for a re-do of the election they believe to be fraudulent – demonstrated just two weeks ago.

Reuters reports:

 Tens of thousands of flag-waving and chanting protesters called Saturday for a disputed parliamentary election to be rerun and an end to Vladimir Putin’s rule, increasing pressure on the Russian leader as he tries to win back the presidency.

The protesters shouted “Russia without Putin” and “New elections, New elections” as one speaker after another called for an end to Putin’s 12-year domination of the country at the second big opposition rally in two weeks in central Moscow.