SOT, Ksenia Sobchak, Russian presidential candidate (Russian): «You're lying now. I didn't say anything like this and you know it.» SOT, Alexey Navalny, opposition activist (Russian): «May I continue speaking?» SOT, Ksenia Sobchak, Russian presidential candidate (Russian): «You have a lot of bugs [wiretapping] in your apartment.» SOT, Alexey Navalny, opposition activist (Russian): «I hope it... Еще will be published and you feel ashamed.» SOT, Ksenia Sobchak, Russian presidential candidate (Russian): «I didn't anything say like this, it is a lie.» SOT, Alexey Navalny, opposition activist (Russian): «May I continue speaking?» *MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE* Russian presidential candidate from the Civic Initiative party Ksenia Sobchak and opposition activist Alexey Navalny held a heated debate over the Russian presidential election in Moscow on Sunday. Navalny said Sobchak had told him before the election that she is running in exchange for a large sum of money, and that by deciding to join the presidential race she is discrediting the opposition. «It was a great scheme and you were a part of that scheme. Just because I was barred from running in the election, you participated in this to frustrate opposition,» Navalny said. «You need to change yourself and I know you'll deal with it. You can be different. And then we can expect different results for our opposition. Today unfortunately we have a split,» Sobchak replied to Navalny. She also compared the oppositions' and Putin's presidential campaigns, saying that arguing between the candidates did not help the common cause. «Putin, unlike us, gathered all his people, he did it so his electorate had a high turnout and were taken in full buses, so they went and voted. What did we do? We continued arguing. I call on everyone to vote for the opposition candidate, you called a boycott. It is arguing that voters see. I urge you to be smarter, wiser and not to be petty,» she concluded.