Moscow city hall rejected the application for a holding in the capital of the November 20 protest against the war in Syria. Wrote about this in Twitter , one of the organizers of the rally, a representative of the public movement “Solidarity” Sergei Davidis.

“The municipality reported the illegal refusal to endorse the anti-war rally 20.11. The pretext of the failure is still unknown,” – said the activist. In another tweet he added that the organizers intend to appeal the denial of the city hall court.

“If we don’t win that you are likely to organize, apparently, pickets in order to convey the message of the rally and protest against refusal,” he added in his account in Facebook.

Davidis previously reportedthat the application for holding the rally was filed in the Moscow mayor’s office on 7 November. According to him, the main purpose of the event was “to protest against the mass destruction of civilians of Aleppo and other Syrian cities of the Russian and Syrian troops.”

The organizers of the action are the PARNAS unregistered Party on December 5 and the libertarian party and movement “Solidarity” and “For human rights” Lev Ponomarev.

A year ago in Moscow held a rally against Russia’s involvement in the war in Syria. The mayor’s office agreed to a rally on Suvorovskaya square on 17 October. Per share has been declared 300 participants, however, came only about 150 people, wrote “Novaya Gazeta”. The rally was held without any excesses the police arrested only one participant with a poster “Putin – the murderer, do not disgrace Russia”.



Moscow authorities have not agreed on a rally against war in Syria 11.11.2016

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