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Several dozen people detained in Vladivostok at rally against corruption
11:32, 26 March 2017
Several dozen people detained in Vladivostok at rally against corruption

Protests against corruption take place in a few dozen Russian cities, the reason for that became an investigation regarding real estate and yachts used by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev

11:32, 26 March 2017

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Several dozen people were detained during the protests against corruption in Russian city Vladivostok today. This was reported by OVD-Info.

Protest took place at Station Square.

According to latest data, more than 30 people were arrested. Teenagers were among the detained citizens.

It is noted that detentions started right from the opening minutes of the protest. Witnesses say that police picks the people out from the crowd who are just standing peacefully, some of them with posters.

There are around thousand people at the public rally.

Part of the protesters moved to District Office of Internal Affairs where detained people were brought.

Beyond that, people on the internet say that five participants of rally against corruption were detained in Khabarovsk.

There is also information on the detentions in Komsomolsk-on-Amur.

It is noteworthy that anti-corruption action was planned in Russian cities on March 26, dedicated to the investigation by Alexei Navalny, the opponent of current president Putin. regarding the property of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. The investigation states that the Prime Minister and the leader of United Russia party Dmitry Medvedev allegedly owns and controls real estate objects through several social funds.

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