The Tver court of Moscow has fined on 20 thousand rubles coordinator of the movement “Open Russia” Maria Baronova as the organizer of the protest action “Tired” in Moscow on 29 April, which was not coordinated with the city authorities route.
The court found Baranova guilty under part 1 of article 20.2 of the administrative offences Code of the Russian Federation (“Infringement by the organizer of a public event of the established procedure of organizing or holding), reports “Interfax”.
2 may Baronova was taken to the police Department “China-town” and built on it the administrative report as to the applicant referred to the protests in Moscow. According to the Metropolitan police, participation in this event was attended by about 250 people, but violations of public order were not.
While Baronova noted that the Metropolitan police went to meet the organizers, providing everyone the opportunity to transfer his petition to the reception of the presidential administration of the Russian Federation.
Organized by the “Open Russia” action “Tired” took place on 29 April in several cities of the Russian Federation. The participants collected signatures under the appeal to President Vladimir Putin with a request not to participate in the elections in 2018.
In Moscow there were no arrests, and in St. Petersburg was detained more than 120 people, with 72 of them made reports on participation in the unauthorized procession. On 10 may a court in St. Petersburg fined on 10 thousand roubles coordinator of the movement “Open Russia” Andrey Pivovarov for organizing this unauthorized action.
Meanwhile, on April 27 in the office of the “Open Russia” in Moscow came with a search warrant after the state office of public Prosecutor of the Russian Federation recognized her as an undesirable organisation, and the Ministry of justice has made it to your black list.