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Reviews Russia: 2500 supporters of Alexej Navalny arrested during demonstrations

23:16  23 january  2021
23:16  23 january  2021 Source:   spiegel.de

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Police warned that demonstrations in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny would be "immediately suppressed." Navalny was arrested on his return to Russia from Germany on January 17, following a near-fatal poisoning with a nerve agent.

Russian police have detained more than 2,000 people in a crackdown on protests in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny The unauthorised demonstrations were held from Russia 's Far East and Siberia to Moscow and St Petersburg.

Tens of thousands of people protested in Russia against the imprisonment of the opposition politician Alexej Navalny. According to a group of observers, the police arrested a good 2,500 demonstrators - a record number.

  Russland: 2500 Unterstützer von Alexej Nawalny bei Demonstrationen festgenommen © MAXIM SHEMETOV / REUTERS

According to the civil rights organization Ovd-Info, 2501 demonstrators were arrested during the protests in Russia for the release of Kremlin critic Alexej Navalny , including 855 in Moscow and 327 in Saint Petersburg. So many people have not been arrested on one day of a demonstration during nationwide protests in ten years. The organization spoke of protests in almost 70 cities. The news agency Reuters had estimated the number of demonstrators in the capital to be at least 40,000, while the Russian Interior Ministry said it was 4,000.

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The demonstrations kicked off in Russia 's far east city of Vladivostok and spread to the west as the Navalny 's supporters said Friday they were planning protest across 90 cities and videos posted on Demonstrators clash with riot police during a rally in Vladivostok on January 23, 2021. Navalny was only arrested less than a week ago, so the organizers had insufficient time to launch an appeal.

Demonstrations in support of the jailed opposition leader swept the country, beginning in the Far East, where people braved minus-60 degree temperatures. Demonstrators across Russia clashed with the police on Saturday as they turned out in support of the jailed opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny .

Navalny was arrested in Moscow last Sunday immediately after his return from Germany . The next day he was sentenced to 30 days imprisonment in a controversial express trial. The 44-year-old is said to have violated reporting requirements in an earlier criminal case while he was recovering from a poison attack in Germany. He faces further trials and many years in prison. Navalny had called on his supporters to protest.

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