The Kremlin instructed the regions to hold mass rallies against terror


The presidential administration (PA) is preparing to hold large-scale anti-terrorist rallies across Russia, “especially where the protests took place” on March 26. About this newspaper “Kommersant”, citing a source close to the AP and a source in United Russia.

According to the publication, the task to organize anti-terrorist demonstrations with a large number of people put before the governors, and those before the heads of administrations, who are already dealing with the issue. As told the publication source, the meeting will be organized by the “standard” way: “United Russia” and the authorities mobilized state employees.

Information about the upcoming so-called “anti-terrorism” rallies, authorities confirmed two sources close to the presidential Administration. Thus, the Kremlin is trying to seize the agenda from the opposition and use the subject of terrorist attacks for the consolidation of society, said one of the interlocutors . According to the source, the meetings will start with a minute of silence, they will pedalirovanija the theme of unity of the nation to the threat and the role in this Union of Vladimir Putin.

The source also claims that the Kremlin will enable the regions to make the meetings as many people as possible to show a better picture compared to the actions of the opposition on March 26. According to another source , the action will be called “Together against terror”.

The only mass action against terror “Fear — not” took place in Russia in the early 2000s. Since then, other organized anti-terrorist actions took place.

3 APR GMT on the blue branch of the Petersburg underground between stations “Sennaya square” and “Institute of Technology” explosion. The bomb was in the train. Another explosive device experts defused at the station “Ploschad Vosstaniya”. As a result of explosion 14 people were killed, 62 were injured. The NAC called the incident a terrorist attack. SK brought criminal case under article “terrorism”.

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