In Russia detained about 40 participants of rallies in support of Navalny

The Navalny supporters today held demonstrations and pickets demanding to allow a politician to participate in the presidential elections

In Moscow (Russian Federation) started a campaign in support of politician Alexei Navalny.

People gathered around the monument to Pushkin. Police megaphone to urge the audience to free passage and not to interfere with the rest of the citizens. Protesters at the monument handing out inflatable ducks, according to “the Media”.

In St. Petersburg yesterday reported about closing one of the entrances to field of Mars, where she was scheduled to share. Today has reported about two of the detained supporters of Navalny. “Fontanka” informs that the detained lawyer of St. Petersburg staff Denis Mihailov and another employee Michael Sosin. It is also reported about the detention of the coordinator of the project “Open Russia” Andrey Pivovarov.

Rally in support of the presidential ambition of the Bulk is held today in many Russian cities. And almost everywhere carried out the arrest. Thus, “media zones”, the shares in Izhevsk arrested eight people in Pskov — coordinator, “Open Russia” Yuri Kanygin and a member of the organization Artem Milushkin.

“The reason for the detention called the use of illegal campaign materials. Now members of the movement are in OVD” — the “Open Russia”. Previously, the movement published photos of banners posted in the Tambov and Irkutsk, with the words “Putin, go away” and “Tired”.

Also, the night was arrested the coordinator of the movement in Rostov-on-don Anastasia Shevchenko and her colleague Vladimir Ivakhnenko.

In Saratov detained two volunteers, the participants of the shares in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Izhevsk, Samara, Yakutsk, Perm, Tver and Tula. According to “OVD-info”, with more than 40 people.

Read our summary. According to preliminary data, the stock and in front of them detained at least 40 people #7октября https://t.co/m7wVlOt1BS— OVD-info (@OvdInfo) 7 Oct 2017

Supporters of Alexei Navalny, today held demonstrations and pickets demanding to allow a politician to participate in the presidential elections. Note also that the current President of Russia Vladimir Putin celebrates his 65th birthday.