About 20 police officers had raided the office of “United Democrats” in Kazan. The purpose of the visit, they have not sounded, the search warrant they had, according to Znak.com with reference to the coordinator of the project Andrey Pivovarov.
According to him, “the police said they wanted to examine the scene, but never said what it was”. He added that on the evening of 3 July in the office celebrated the birthday of the coordinator of the project. When police arrived, one of the people was in the yard, the other in the room.
Pivovarov believes that the visit of the detention order may be associated with a banner “Say no to Putin to 2036”, which, according to him, appeared before the vote on the amendments to the Constitution.
Previously, the police also came to the St. Petersburg office of the organization “Open Russia”.
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