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In Ulan-Ude detained the organizer of a rally for fair elections

In Ulan-Ude detained the organizer of a rally for fair elections
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In Buryatia, a rally was held against police arbitrariness and for fair elections. After the event, its organizer was detained.

As the MBH Media, Pyotr Dondukov is accused of repeated violation of the rules of rallies. Also, the deputy of the People’s Khural of Buryatia, Leonti Krasovsky, is sure that the police “plan to quickly bring to court and sign the arrest” of the activist.

After the mayoral election in Ulan-Ude, the residents of the city began to rally. They demand discard results mayoral election. Alexey Tsydenov called on residents in video messages recognize the election results and not succumb to manipulations, provocations and stuffing of false information. In addition, Viktor Khorzhirov, an employee of the Buryat Rosguard, recorded a video message to his colleagues urging them not to detain participants in rallies in Ulan-Ude. Now they intend to attract him to disciplinary liability for that.

Earlier in Buryatia, investigators opened criminal case in relation to the rally participant in the central square of Ulan-Ude, who sprayed a gas spray in the face to an employee of the Russian Guard. Despite the protests of citizens, Igor Shutenkov officially became mayor of Ulan-Ude. Inauguration took place on September 17.