In Russian cities, ended the rally of solidarity with Khabarovsk

hundreds of people in dozens of Russian cities on Saturday protested because of the events in Khabarovsk, where residents are unhappy with the shifting and the arrest of Governor Sergey Furgala.

As reported by OVD-info, one of the detainees in Krasnoyarsk, Andrei Leontiev for the night left at police station No. 1, on Monday it will deliver to the court for consideration of the case. What offense is charged with the detainee, is still unknown. Earlier it became known that the police Department № 4 on the night leave the detainee Ivan schepina, who is charged with a violation of the rules during the public event.

Meanwhile, detained during the March in Tyumen Novel by Rubchenko and Artem Bondarenko already released under the obligation about the turnout. Protocols for detainees to be steel.

From Yekaterinburg reported that blogger Alexander Saburov, the loss of which was reported by local activists, was found. He was detained in the morning when he walked out of the house for action, and taken to the police Department № 9, where the blogger tried to make the report for lack of registration. It turned out that the registration is not due to the regime self-isolation. The activist was released when friends went looking for him.

detained a member of a single picket in Nizhny Novgorod Vadim Glebov also was released from the police Department, making the Protocol on the article about the failure of the legitimate demands of the police (part 1 of article 19.3 of the administrative code).

In a number of cities stocks ended without detentions, including in Pskov, Murmansk, Belgorod, Madmike, Yaroslavl, Kirov and Yoshkar-Ola.

Earlier it was reported that in Omsk detained 11 participants of the action of solidarity with Khabarovsk.

the Inhabitants of the Russian cities in recent weeks come out to “feed the pigeons” in support of the arrested Khabarovsk Governor Sergey Furgala. On 25 July, during protests, police arrested at least 70 people in 14 cities. On 18 July it was reported for at least 56 detainees.