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Residents of Ulan-Ude opposed police lawlessness
In Ulan-Ude, another protest rally was held. It was authorized by the city authorities and was held under the slogan "Against police lawlessness." The assembled residents of the capital of Buryatia demanded that the authorities and law enforcement agencies stop the persecution of participants in the unrest that took place in the capital of the region after the mayoral election.
According to the radio Echo of Moscow, About 600 people took part in the agreed rally. During 2,5 hours, people demanded the release of all citizens detained for political reasons and to hold accountable those who dispersed the protesters in Ulan-Ude in early September.
After the mayoral election in the capital of Buryatia have risen popular unrest. Residents who disagree with the results of the vote went to the square of the Soviets to express their protest. On the second day stocks began clashes with the police. Several participants were detained, regarding one of them opened a criminal case.