the actions of law enforcement on unauthorised rallies in Moscow can not be called a bias. As reported by RBC, said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.
“I can’t call it a bias. I don’t know whether it is skewed. It can only comment on law enforcement”, — he noted.
Earlier, the police reported that during an unsanctioned rally in Central Moscow against the amendments to the Constitution, held on the evening of 15 July, was arrested 132 people.
the Children’s Ombudsman of Moscow Olga Yaroslavskaya stated that the police for participating in an unsanctioned rally were more than 10 children.
Amendments to the Constitution entered into force on 4 July. The opposition immediately said it would not recognize the results of voting.
According to the CEC, the amendment was voted 77,92% of participants of plebiscite against of 21.27%.
Proposed to make more than 200 changes, including annual indexation of pensions; about the minimum wage not below the subsistence minimum; extending the role of the state Council and the “zero” time spent on a post of the head of state, for the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.
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