The Kremlin severely censored the protest of mobilized soldiers, so I was in Moscow for 3 fierce days. In this way, the authorities are trying to strangle the increasingly widespread movement in support of Russian soldiers and against the regime of dictator Volodymyr Putin.
RBC-Ukraine reports about this in response to requests for a call. Institute of Warfare (ISW).
It appears that the participants of the Russian community movement “Way Home” laid their knights at the Tomb of the Invisible Soldier in Moscow, and then held a protest on the adjacent Manezhnaya Square since 500 days since the beginning of the private mobilization, denounced by Putin in the spring of 2022.< /p>
The Russian state authorities did not highlight this idea much, but rather reported that the Moscow prosecutor's office had arrested the incitement of the protest action, respecting, rather for all, the “Walk Home” action itself “.
At the same time, the opposition Russian snakes have been clarified in detail This protest, in which, behind the scenes, nearly 200 people met their fate. They reported that the Moscow police were covering 27 people, most of them Russian and foreign journalists.
Opposition media also reported that the later government released trimanih without visunennya zvinuvachen, and what actions members of the action protested in front of the police for the suppression of their ears.
Russian police allowed the “Walk to Home” protesters to later advance to Putin’s election headquarters and write a letter before the mobilized people return home.
However, the headquarters allowed only small groups of protesters to work and strictly limited access to PHI until the process was decided.
Photo: Telegram channel SOTA (t.me/sotaproject/73447)
“Obviously, Russian law enforcement agencies were deliberately targeting journalists, not protesters, in order to limit the visibility of the cause, preventing the organization” Shlya x dodomu “The status of a platform for martyrdom in the information space through the arrest of its members,” says ISW.
Protests in Russia
In the middle of this year, the Republic of Bashkortostan experienced one of the largest protests in Russia with the beginning of a large-scale invasion of Ukraine . Protesters came to the defense of a local activist, who was called a “red-hot international warlock.”
The rise of large-scale protests in Russia began after Putin was stunned by the so-called “private mobile” izatsii” in the spring of 2022.
These protests arose in various regions of the Russian Federation. Zokrema, near the capital of Dagestan, Makhachkala, during the hour of rallies, people were massively arrested.
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