Russia’s Navalny supporters are demonstrating against Putin, corruption and police arrest hundreds

Russia’s Navalny supporters are demonstrating against Putin, corruption and police arrest hundreds

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Russia’s Navalny supporters are demonstrating against Putin, corruption and police arrest hundreds

Russia’s Navalny supporters are demonstrating against Putin, corruption and police arrest hundreds

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Demonstrations erupted and thousands gathered for a mass rally amid a strong challenge to a temperature of less than 60 degrees to claim the right of opposition political activist Alexei A .Navalny, as the Russian government released a gas that poisoned and arrested Alexei Navalny.

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 Russia’s Navalny supporters are demonstrating against Putin, corruption and police arrest hundreds

Now Yulia Navalnaya, Alexei Navalny’s wife, has been detained at a rally in Moscow, according to her Instagram account.

Protests appeared in some areas in eastern Russia, where the initial spark erupted from there, spreading as waves scattered across the country

In Pushkin Square in the capital, Moscow, riot police surrounded people in every direction and shouted “Freedom. ” The drivers also sounded their horns in support.

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Even before the march began, police officers in camouflage and black helmets began arresting some protesters, although it was difficult to discern which pattern of those kidnapped from the street.

Hundreds of people crowded the sidewalks of one of Moscow’s main roads leading to the square, for at least half a mile. There were frequent quarrels between protesters and the police.

Russia’s Navalny supporters are demonstrating against Putin, corruption and police arrest hundreds

“Dear citizens, this event is illegal,” the loudspeakers of the police roared as the officers attempted to disperse the crowd in Pushkin Square. “We are doing our best to ensure your security, and we are asking you to leave urgently.”

“I have never been a big supporter of Navalny, yet I fully understood that this is a very dangerous situation,” said Vitaly Blazevic, a 57-year-old Russian university teacher, in a telephone interview about why he went out to rally for Mr. Navalny in Khabarovsk.

“There is always hope that something will change,” said Mr. Blazevic. Leading protests demanding Navalny’s release from prison.

 

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