A court in Moscow sanctioned the first administrative detention on the events of the campaign on 15 July

Savelovsky court of Moscow has arrested for 10 days Alexander Dmitriev. The man was detained yesterday at an unsanctioned rally in Central Moscow against the amendments to the Constitution. As told “Interfax” the lawyer of the human rights project “apologia protest” Mansour Gilmanov, Dmitrieva was convicted of a violation of article of the administrative code of the Russian Federation on participation in an unsanctioned rally, “which caused interference with the functioning of vital infrastructure, transport or social infrastructure.” The court sentenced him to 10 days of administrative arrest. The court’s decision will be appealed. Human rights activists said that this is the first arrest in the event of the action, which took place on 15 July. We will remind, on the eve of opposition supporters came out for an unsanctioned rally in Central Moscow near Pushkin square, opposing amendments to the Constitution. First, they held a demonstration in Pushkin square, and then the protesters headed towards Tsvetnoy Boulevard. A while out on the roadway. In the capital cupola MIA, according to the results of the action to local police departments for investigation was delivered to 139 people, 62 of whom were brought to administrative responsibility for violation of legislation on the procedure of holding public events. In the Kremlin of law enforcement action on unauthorised rallies in Moscow do not consider “skew”. “I don’t know whether it is skewed. It can only comment on the law enforcement authorities”, — said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov. The children’s Ombudsman of Moscow Olga Yaroslavskaya stated that the police for participating in an unsanctioned rally were more than 10 children.

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