These days, Mikhail Kasyanov hardly looks like the imposing statesman in a bespoke suit who headed Russia’s government during President Vladimir Putin’s first term.
In the months leading up to Sunday’s parliamentary election, the bespectacled 58-year-old prime minister-turned-opposition leader was repeatedly assaulted by Putin supporters and pelted with eggs, tomatoes and a cake.
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