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Department of the interior in Moscow reminded about the ban on holding of public events and activities in the city during the regime of isolation imposed in connection with the spread of coronavirus infection. About it reports a press-Department service.
In the police head office stated that the Internet is subject to the calls to participate in unsanctioned rallies in downtown Moscow. Violation of the prohibition entails administrative liability and shall entail imposition of a fine, community service or administrative arrest, said the police and urged citizens to refrain from participating in illegal actions, otherwise they will be sanctioned.
May 28, journalists “echo of Moscow” Tatiana Felgengauer and Aleksandr PLYUSHCHEV, and chief editor of “Media zones” Sergei Smirnov was detained for pickets outside the interior Ministry in support of the arrested journalist of “Novaya Gazeta” Ilya Azar. The court sent him under administrative arrest for 15 days for a single picket, which he held two days earlier near the interior Ministry building in support of the Creator of a public “Ombudsman police” Vladimir Vorontsov, a suspect in pornography and extortion.
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