The police of Kyiv released 26 people, who were previously detained during the rally near the Ukrainian Parliament. Hromadske.org reported that on Tuesday evening.
Members of far-right National Corps and other nationalist movements gathered near the Pechersk district police precinct and demanded to release the detainees.
Previously, members of the rally against the land sale market gathered near the Parliament building. The police did not let them set the tent, and someone sprayed tear gas. Some protesters threw stones, sticks and bottles at them. In return, the law enforcers dispersed the rally. All the tents were removed from the square in front of the Parliament building.
Rallies against land sale markets took place in Kyiv and another seven regions of Ukraine.