Thousands of people in Russia went to Moscow and St. Petersburg for the release of the imprisoned Russian dissident Alexei Navalny, despite heavy security measures. He held numerous shows in St. Petersburg. Interfering with the demonstrators, the police detained many people. Human rights organizations announced that more than 3,800 people were detained, including 82 journalists.
Events in Russia, first Moscow and St. Petersburg Thousands of people participated in unauthorized demonstrations in many cities including St. Petersburg. While the streets in the region where the demonstrations will be held in Moscow are closed to traffic, many police barricades were set up with the vehicle.
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the area in question, parking lots, and some metro stations did not work during the day. Police interfered with the demonstrators, mostly high school and university students, and detained many people. Human rights organizations in the country announced that more than 3,800 people were detained, including 82 journalists. During the shows, Navalny Yuliya, Navalnaya’s wife was also detained. Some of the protesters who were constantly displaced in Moscow due to the measures taken by the police went to the relatives of Matrosskaya Tishina Prison where Navalny was detained and shouted slogans against the government.
ONE PERSON FIRE HIMSELF
Some demonstrators were seen throwing snow cannons at the police, internet access was restricted in areas where demonstrations were held, and many people fled through the streets due to police intervention. On the other hand, a person in the area of the protests set himself on fire by pouring gasoline on him. The treatment of the person who was hospitalized after the intervention of the people on the scene continues in intensive care. After these events, all eyes seem to be turned on Putin. I wonder what will be Putin’s next move. Will the waters settle down in the country?