Alexei Navalny was detained at the rally in Moscow
Police released opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who on Saturday was detained in Central Moscow at a protest "He’s not the king" dedicated to the imminent inauguration of Vladimir Putin and coordinated by the Moscow authorities.
As Navalny wrote in his "Twitter" the police drew up two reports on him, the article about the organization of an unsanctioned rally and insubordination to the police. However, it was decided not to leave for the night and was released pending trial. His work will consider may 11.
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Alexei Navalny was detained immediately after he came to Pushkin square, where he was kept an unauthorized action of protest against the intercession of Vladimir Putin in the next, fourth term.
As soon as reported by the police, the reason for the detention was the fact that Navalny organized an unsanctioned rally.
Action "He’s not the king" was timed to coincide with the inauguration of Vladimir Putin, which is scheduled for may. 7 Navalny has been offered to host the may. In Moscow, a rally was scheduled to be held on the Pushkin square and at the city hall.
The Moscow authorities refused to agree on the action and offered to carry her to the Sakharov Avenue. Navalny refused to take such a step and urged his supporters to come out, as planned, on Pushkin square. Shares in many other Russian cities also held without the sanction of the authorities.
The "OVD-info" eventually, all of them. Most detainees appeared in Moscow and St. Petersburg. Petersburg.