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Crimean police broke up a peaceful rally
13:47, 5 June 2016
Crimean police broke up a peaceful rally

About fifty citizens demanded resignation of MPs, who authorized construction of attractions on waterfront

13:47, 5 June 2016

gazprom.ru

In Alushta city in the occupied Crimea so-called police broke up a peaceful rally against building attractions on the sea beach which obstruct citizens’ access to the sea. Two people were detained, including the City Council deputy Pavlo Stepanchenko, reported MP Refat Chubarov on  Facebook.

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The rally was attended by about fifty people. They demanded the resignation of the representatives of the Kremlin-controlled Alushta administration, among them - members of the party "United Russia". The event was held under the slogan "Authorities ignore opinion of the residents of Alushta”, "Waterfront – is a treasure of people", “Liberate promenade from illegal amusement rides", the report said.

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