The movement “Open Russia” announced the holding of the nationwide “Tired” against Russian President Vladimir Putin. The event is scheduled for April 29.
“We were sick of having to live on poverty wages and pensions, to save money on food and clothing, to tolerate corruption and to hold, to listen to the lies on TV, to go on rough roads, to walk in a crumbling clinic, to endure the tyranny of judges and police to tolerate corruption and to hold, to be afraid,” reads the event announcement on the page in Facebook.
A source in “Open Russia” said that the form of activities on 29 April, the movement is yet to disclose. At the same time, he specified that the shares would not be like the rally Alexei Navalny. “Applications to the meeting the motion was not filed and the exact list of cities where will take place action has not yet been determined,” — said the source in “Open Russia”.
So far, no applications for holding of the event “Open Russia” is not sent, confirmed the coordinator of the human rights direction of the “Open Russia” Maria Baronova.
The Chairman of the “Open Russia” Mikhail Khodorkovsky called for the “repost to support” the protest action. “Please support repost. Who doesn’t get scared,” Khodorkovsky wrote on his page in Facebook.
Sunday, March 26, in several cities of Russia have passed protest rallies against corruption, organized by supporters of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The participants demanded that the authorities reaction to the film Fund of struggle against corruption (FBK) called “He’s not Dimon.” The film is about real estate, which is owned by funds associated with the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev.
In Moscow a rally on Tverskaya street had been agreed by the authorities, but according to official data, in it have taken part about 8 thousand people and more than 1 thousand people were arrested during its implementation. Among those detained was Alexei Navalny and other members of the FBC.
It has created 12 centers of Khodorkovsky in Moscow and the Moscow region, Saint-Petersburg, Tatarstan, Bashkortostan, Chuvashia, Tver, Irkutsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Vladimir, Chelyabinsk and Rostov regions. During March — April 2017 regional network will expand to six to eight official missions, said the press service of the movement.