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Protesters in Ulan-Ude demanded the resignation of the head of Buryatia

Protesters in Ulan-Ude demanded the resignation of the head of Buryatia
Photo: egov-buryatia.ru

In Ulan-Ude, an authorized rally of those who disagree with the results of the mayoral election was held. More than one thousand participants did not want a dialogue with the head of Buryatia, who came to them, Alexei Tsydenov, and demanded his resignation.

The crowd met the head of the republic unfriendly: Tsydenov was on a business trip when unrest began in Ulan-Ude, and promised to talk with the protesters after his return to the city and a short rest with his family. As reported Kommersant, the crowd shouted “Let it wait!” We waited a week for him! ”And did not allow a word to be said to the head of Buryatia.

People stated that they demand the resignation of Tsydenov and the cancellation of the election results of the mayor of Ulan-Ude, because they did not vote for Igor Shutenkov. The main instigator of the protests - Vyacheslav Markhaev, who took second place in the election of the head of the city, told Tsydenov from the stage that the election commission had provided distorted figures, so protesters would protest the election results. As evidence, he provided a video on which tipsy people told how they voted for Shutenkov for money.

The head of Buryatia suggested transferring these materials to law enforcement officers and asked if the protesters really think that the whole of Ulan-Ude consists of such alcoholics. He invited those gathered together to think about a program for the development of the city, but at this time shots of clashes between the protesters and the security forces appeared on the screen. They didn’t listen to Alexei Tsydenov, they shouted about the stolen elections. The head of the republic left the stage, and the protesters shouted to him in the wake of “Shame!”

Residents of Ulan-Ude went to a spontaneous rally on September 9 demanding discard results mayoral election. Alexey Tsydenov in a video message called on residents recognize the election results, and he asked people calling on citizens to rally not to expose those who trust them, not to force them to break the law. In a new appeal, Tsydenov called on the residents of Ulan-Ude not to succumb to manipulations, provocations and stuffing of false information.