The Moscow city government has given permission for a number of rallies to go ahead in the capital on Thursday - National Unity Day - the mayor's office said in a statement.
"We have coordinated nine public events on November 4, 2010, including six rallies, two pickets and a march," the statement said.
About 1,000 activists of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) will gather on Pushkin Square in downtown Moscow to call for the unity of Russia and to protest against corruption in the country.
Over 5,000 Muscovites will march toward the Soldier of the Motherland monument to promote unity, social tolerance and patriotism in Russia.
The Nashi (Our People) youth movement earlier said about 30,000 youth will march on Thursday in downtown Moscow to show their allegiance to the policies conducted by the Kremlin.
MOSCOW, November 2 (RIA Novosti)