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Russia’s President Vladimir Putin drew attention to protests in Moscow, but did not consider them something out of the ordinary. This was stated press Secretary of President Dmitry Peskov, reports RIA Novosti.
“The President, of course, draws attention to what is happening… But you know that in Russia every day there is a huge number of events that are, of course, matters for the attention of the President. And it is not for everyone it is necessary to Express their point of view,” Peskov said.
He added that the situation around the elections to the Moscow city Duma deserves attention and it draws the attention of the Kremlin. In addition, according to the press Secretary, the city authorities and the authorities of the country keep track of the points on which people have questions.
The latest protest was held in Moscow on August 10 Prospekt Akademika Sakharova. It was agreed with the municipality. According to the capital Glaucus interior Ministry, the rally was attended by about 20 thousand people. Immediately after the two-hour event, part came staged an unsanctioned rally, which police officers and employees of Regardie detained more than 100 people.
The week before, on 3 August, Moscow hosted an inconsistent rally in support of independent candidates in Moscow are not admitted to the elections. According to the interior Ministry of Russia, for various offenses were detained about 600 people. In General, according to police, the rally was attended by about 1,5 thousand citizens.
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