Nationalist Dmitry Demushkin said about blocking your page in social network “Vkontakte”, as well as several groups of the “Russian March”. He reported about it RIA “news”, and also wrote for others, not yet locked accounts.
“Attention! My page Vkontakte again blocked (…). I ask all friends, colleagues, supporters and all who followed the news on my page, added new” – says Demushkin.
When you try to go to the old page Demushkin on the screen appears the message: “This material is blocked on the basis of a court decision (the Surgut city court of Khanty – Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra) from 04.07.2016″.
Visit one of the groups of the “Russian March” says that it is blocked “on the basis of requirements of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation from 18.02.2016″.
What has blocked the page, according to demushkina, is unknown. “What kind of article with criticism again do not like the government, I was not told,” he writes. In an interview with RIA “Novosti” nationalist, said that there is no extremism and Nazi symbols on these pages was not, he specifically cleaned it up, there were published only the news.
Lock pages Demushkin connects with the preparations for the next action. “I used that on the eve of “Russian March” of power close my page”, – he said.
The application for holding “Russian March” was filed in late September, it is planned that it will consist of a rally and concert. “Yet the process of approval – we send the texts of the songs that will be performed at the concert,” – said Dyomushkin, who is one of the organizers.
According to him, the activists “filed a maximally tractable and simple request,” in which “there is no extremism, no nationalism, no political slogans.” “A concert dedicated to the Day of national unity, and we hope that it will agree”, – he added.
The action itself must pass on 4 November, the Day of national unity. As before, the organizers want to hold a March in the district of Lublin, where, as planned, will gather 10 thousand people. The nationalists also want to hold a concert with the participation of five thousand people.