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In Ulan-Ude, a legal rally will be held against the election results
Participants in the unrest in Ulan-Ude are ready to go to an authorized rally. This was stated by people's deputy Hural Bair Tsyrenov, who was detained during the protest rally on September 10. On his page on social networks, he promised to inform his subscribers of the place and time of the event.
Authorized rallies in Ulan-Ude can be held in the Yubileiny park and the Senchikhin square. It is known that the organizers have not yet submitted an application to the city administration. Participants say they took a break to rest after past protests.
Earlier it was reported about the victory in the election of mayor of Ulan-Ude Igor Shutenkov. The townspeople who were unhappy with this out at a spontaneous rally. On the second day protesters began clashes with police. One person was injured, three were detained. One of them was fined, the other day of arrest, in relation to the third opened a criminal case.
The head of Buryatia, Alexey Tsydenov, 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. First Deputy Prime Minister of Buryatia Igor Zuraev said that the organizers of the protests provoke people and hype on elective topic. In a new appeal, Tsydenov called on residents not to succumb to manipulations, provocations and stuffing of false information. He also said that he was ready to meet with all the candidates for mayor of the city.