Prefecture North-Western administrative district (SZAO)
refused to organizers of “Russian March” action Nov 4,
reported “Interfax”
coordinator of the March, Ivan Beletsky.

The Prefecture said that the application had not agreed to “since it would
created obstacles to pedestrians and traffic,” according to Bielecki. It
said that organizers “Russian March” applied for the same
the route, where the Prefecture SZAO approved the holding of another procession
nationalists, but an hour later.

According to him, the organizers have appealed to the Presnensky court failure
the ex-leader of the banned Russian movement “Russian” Dmitry Demushkina
in carrying out the action in Lublin, the remaining waivers will be challenged in

The city authorities do not
agreed on
holding the rally and concert in Lyublino on November 4 in
connection with the complaints of local residents on the noise. Thus, at this
the moment authorities have not agreed to all the requests of the organizers of the “Russian
March” to hold shares in Moscow on 4 November.

Failures, as the message of “Interfax”, at the level of
Prefecture. In the municipality of RBC
said that he had not received requests for “Russian March”. Deputy head
the Department of regional security Vasily Oleynik said
the Moscow government and the Department of regional security is not
received any notification about the holding of “Russian March”, including
applications from Demushkin.

According to Oleynik, only the Moscow authorities have received 12 notifications
the holding of public events on November 4, but all of these activities
“devoted to celebration of Day of national unity”. The official stressed,
that all the organizers who submitted the notification of the selected sites for

A deadline by which organizers of public events 4 November
could apply has already passed, said Volodymyr Oliynyk. According to the law on meetings and rallies application
the public event shall be submitted not earlier than 15 and no later than 10
days before the event .

At the meeting in the case of Demushkin nationalists will reveal a “plan B”

As reported on his page on Facebook
Chairman of the organizing Committee of the March Denis Romanov, on Tuesday, November 1, at
The Moscow city court at 14:30 will be considered
appeal against the decision of the Krasnopresnensky district court on
the room of the leader of Russian nationalists Dmitry Demushkin house
arrest. He was arrested
police officers on 21 October 2016, at the time of filing
the mayoralty on carrying out “Russian March”, the same day sent a solution
Presnensky court under house arrest. The court will consider the appeal of protection
this decision.

The organizer “Russian March” in Lublin Yuri Gorsky said channel
the action organizing Committee is planning to soon meet and approve
“plan B”, in which they are going to act. It details the promise
to disclose to the court in the case Demushkin, who is accused of
inciting hatred and enmity.

Dyomushkin is the founder of the movement “Russian” and “Slavic Union”, which
was recognized as extremist, one of the organizers regular
“Russian marches” and the owner
the eponymous brand.

In December 2015 he showed
accusations of extremism under article 282 of the criminal code for publishing in 2013
social sharing of articles with extremist content “in order to incite
hatred and hostility towards a certain group of people”, and in January 2016, acknowledged
involved in the financing of extremism. In 2015 Dyomushkin also not
participated in the “Russian March”, as he was detained
on the eve of the event.

November 4 is celebrated in Russia as national unity Day. Holiday
dedicated to the liberation of Moscow from Polish invaders in 1612. With
2005, the nationalists held annually in different cities of Russia and
the CIS of the “Russian March”. In 2015, the split among right-wing radicals
led to the fact that on 4 November in the capital, it took three nationalist event
under the same name “Russian March”.

Prefecture North-Western district of Moscow refused to hold a “Russian March” 01.11.2016

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