The head of the Federal headquarters of Alexei Navalny Leonid Volkov, detained in Nizhny Novgorod before the rally of the opposition, which was to be held the evening of 29 September, will remain on the court at the police station. This he said in his Twitter. Meanwhile, the Director of Fund of struggle against corruption (FBK), Roman Rubanov, wrote in microblogthat the trial will be held today, September 29.

“Tomorrow is the court. Judgment day in every sense,” wrote wolf. The defender is not allowed to Volkov, “I want to pick up the phone and the computer, while the lawyer at the door and ready to accept them”, said the chief of staff.

As reported on his page on Facebook press Secretary of the campaign, Navalny Ruslan Samidinov, “Volkov sew 20.2 h 8″ (repeated violation of the established procedure of organizing or holding meetings, rallies, demonstrations, marches).

Near the headquarters of Navalny in Nizhny Novgorod parked a paddy wagon; police ordered to detain everybody who comes out of the building. According to Avedisova, now in the headquarters are the coordinator of the Anna and two volunteers. Rented for rally equipment was stolen, and where it is unknown.

Navalny himself remains in OVD “Danilovsky” where wrote a message to all the inhabitants of Nizhny Novgorod. Press Secretary Navalny Kira Armys the FCO stated in Twitterthat the seventh hour of the detention of “any material, neither he nor the lawyers are not allowed to”. Neither the Protocol nor the reason for detention is not presented and at the eighth hour, added Rubanov.

Navalny himself tweeted a photo against him in the papers, under which he is detained. There is a screenshot of the page of the lawyer of FBK Ivan Zhdanov in the “Classmates”, which explains “why we should go to the meeting with the Bulk at the Bottom”.

Finally brought some papers, on which I was detained. They look so. Not kidding pic.twitter.com/xhw67O2KVg



Leonid Volkov left for the night in the Department of Nizhniy Novgorod, Bulk luck in court today 29.09.2017

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