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    Activists of Russia's pro-Kremlin youth movement Nashi (Ours) have decided to put drivers violating parking rules to shame by marking their cars with stickers claiming "I could not care less, so I park where I want."

    Activists of Russia's pro-Kremlin youth movement Nashi (Ours) have decided to put drivers violating parking rules to shame by marking their cars with stickers claiming "I could not care less, so I park where I want."

    The activists intend to "decorate" windscreens of a total of 15,000 wrongly parked cars with the stickers in the near future, the movement said.

    Auto experts have qualified the campaign, which is planned to run across the country, as a "petty crime". Nashi have rejected the accusations saying they fight loutishness.

    The drivers who will try to use violence against participants of the campaign will be brought to trial, the movement threatened.

    The Nashi movement was established in 2005 by then President Vladimir Putin.

    MOSCOW, June 18 (RIA Novosti)

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