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"He is not our Tsar” protests held in Russia
14:35, 5 May 2018

"He is not our Tsar” protests held in Russia

Jana Herasymova, the coordinator of Navalny’s HQ, was detained in Krasnoyarsk before the protest. She is accused of organizing an unresolved activity

14:35, 5 May 2018

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Protest under a slogan “He is not our Tsar” organized by the supporters of Russian member of opposition Alexei Navalny started in Russia, as Meduza reported.

It was noted that the planned protests were held in Vladivostok, Khabarovsk and Komsomolsk-on-Amur in the evening.

Besides, there is information that people in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Magadan and Irkutsk showed up at such protests, but it remains unknown whether they were agreed with the authorities.

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The start of the “He is not our Tsar” protest was planned to be held in Moscow at 9:00 today. Protests started in several Siberian cities, including Novosibirsk, Tomsk and Ulan-Ude in the morning.

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It is expected that 90 cities of the Federation will join the all-Russian protest.

It was reported that some protesters were detained. For instance, “He is not our Tsar” protest was held in Barnaul Hyde Park and did not require being agreed. Yet, several people were detained.

Jana Herasymova, the coordinator of Navalny’s HQ, was detained in Krasnoyarsk before the protest. She is accused of organizing an unresolved activity. After this, the detentions became mass.

It should be noted that “He is not our Tsar” protests are dedicated to the inauguration of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, which is to be held on May 7.

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