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Navalny Couldn't Attend an Anti-corruption Protest
12.06.2017 17:25
Navalny Couldn't Attend an Anti-corruption Protest

Today, on June 12, opposition rallies are held in major cities of Russia, initiated by Alexey Navalny. The main motive is anti-corruption.

      Hours before a planned protest in Moscow, the unofficial presidential candidate called on demonstrators to come to an unsanctioned march through Tverskaya Street, instead of permitted Sakharov Prospekt, as the government pressured local companies into refusing to rent stage equipment to Navalny’s team.

      In Moscow, before the start of anti-corruption protest, Aleksei Navalny was detained. This was written on Twitter by his wife Julia.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina



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