The Reuters reporter was given a summons to the military enlistment office


www.vsyako.netPhoto: Maria Tsvetkova page on Facebook

Journalist Reuters by Maria Tsvetkova received a summons to the military enlistment office after she was detained at a rally in Central Moscow on July 27. She spoke about it on his page in Facebook.

Judging by the pictures of the document, the agenda no one addressed to Mary V. Tsvetkov. According to the journalist, the representative of the government agencies with which she spoke, said that he had received the order to “break the detainees all the bases”. This included checking the status of participants of the meetings on 27 July and 3 August in all instances, including the court bailiffs, and tax. Thus, according to him, the protesters want to pressure and intimidate.

Tsvetkova reacted to the incident with humor, noting that the best way to deal with the absurdity of the situation — to obey orders, keeping them “original idiocy.” She noticed that he knows “who” subordinates in these circles, “keep their heads”.

July 27 in Moscow was held inconsistent with the authorities a rally in support of independent candidates put forward for election to the Moscow city Duma. The capital, the electoral Commission did not register them, referring to the marriage signatures. The number of protesters, according to various estimates, ranged from 3.5 to 10 thousand people. Then the authorities detained about 1.4 thousand participants, while the security forces acted harshly. Another similar protest was held on August 3.

Russia’s investigative Committee has charged in the riots, several demonstrators. According to reports of officials, also at the rally were detained more than a hundred draft Dodgers from the army.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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