Protest against President Putin in Moscow, 290 people arrested

Protests on Putin's birthday

Protests on Putin’s birthday

Moscow … News Time

In various cities, including the capital against President Vladimir Putin in Russia about 300 people who were protesting were arrested while the main opposition leader was put in prison for 20 days. Despite the ban on the protest against the government in Russia, Foreign News reported that anti-government demonstrations were carried out in 26 cities of Moscow, including Moscow, on the day of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The protest was given by the opposition opposition leader Alexei Navalny who intends to be a candidate in the forthcoming presidential election compared to Putin. According to the report, thousands of protesters demanded transparency and neutral elections to hold the streets despite the restrictions. Meanwhile, the police arrested 290 people while cracking, while the opposition leader Alexei Navalny sent the jail for 20 days. Remember that Alexei Navalny has been imprisoned for the third time this year. It is clear that after implementing the post of Vladimir Putin’s presidency in Russia, there have been very strict rules regarding public gatherings in Russia. Due to which protest and public gatherings are considered very difficult.


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