Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Russian Opposition Navalena Calls For Demonstrations On June 12
Trade shows called the Kremlin Alexei Navalena on Wednesday to demonstrate throughout Russia on June 12 in an effort to promote mobilization after widespread protests against corruption in last March during which the arrest of hundreds.
The Russian authorities have released from Navalena Monday after he spent 15 days in jail for organizing a huge demonstration against unauthorized corruption in late March / March in the streets of Moscow, its impact compliance with the elements of the police refused.
He said Navalena on his website, "Let us go to the streets on June 12, raising slogans themselves, under the national flag." He added, "We have two months to prepare, we will collect more people."
Marks the June 12 celebrations of the "Day of Russia", the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence in 1990, months before the Soviet Union was officially resolved.
On 26 March / March authorities arrested Navalena and more than a thousand people during the largest demonstration is licensed regulated years ago in Russia, in which a large number of young people.
Demonstrations also took place across the country after the publication shows a video in which he accused Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, stressing that corruption runs a real estate empire financed by wealthy businessmen through dubious institutions.
The Navalena announced his intention to run in the next presidential election in 2018 in the face of President Vladimir Putin, who will run for a fourth presidential term. But his candidacy could face obstacles as a result of recently sentenced to five years in prison with a suspended sentence on charges of embezzling funds.