Share in defense of the politician Alexei Navalny detained more than 80 people, most actively the police acted in Yekaterinburg and detained 24 people. About this on air of”Rain” said the mayor Yevgeny Roizman. Znak.com indicates that Yekaterinburg is the only city where the mayor came out to the protesters and talked to them. Roizman sympathetic to the Bulk, and at the time of his arrival in the city, fed policy pancakes.

According to the calculations of “OVD-info”, across Russia on the shares in favor of the opposition detained more than 80 people. The detention took place in 21 cities of the country. In this case the main action is in St. Petersburg – has not yet begun. She is scheduled for 18:00.

In Moscow, the demonstration in Pushkin square turned into a March down Tverskaya towards the Kremlin. The capital is also not without arrests, but they are rare. The assurances of the MIA, on Pushkinskaya and Tverskaya left about 700 people. Participants and observers say that there were a few thousand.

In most cities, the rally of supporters of Navalny were held without incidents, but in some cities they turned into the arrests of activists and organizers. Increasingly, the police worked in Samara, Tula and Izhevsk.

Among those detained in Yekaterinburg – the coordinator of Navalny’s campaign staff, Viktor Barmin. He was taken into a paddy wagon after he refused to leave the area at the request of the police, reports Znak.com. Later Barmin has informed “to Interfax”that with him the police detained over 30 people.

Roizman called the police “fully redundant”. He pointed out that the campaign came people who “have nothing to do with Bulk.” The rally in Yekaterinburg became one of the most numerous among all shares on 7 October.

To the rally of supporters of Navalny in Yekaterinburg went to the mayor of Eugene Roizman. Negotiating with the police on detainees pic.twitter.com/V5g7TMZgkN



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