As reported on Wednesday July 12th by Deutsche Welle with reference to the local police, six Russian citizens were detained by the German police during the riots during the G20 summit in Hamburg.
Miners of the company Kingkoul in the city of Gukovo of the Rostov region announced an indefinite hunger strike, 18 people take part in the action.
Among the detainees there are opposition activists Ilya Yashin, Vyacheslav Maltsev, Mark Galperin, director of the Anti-Corruption Foundation Roman Rubanov, and coordinator of Open Russia community platform Maria Baronova.
The procession began on Tuesday June 6th at the walls of the State Duma (lower chamber of Russian parliament – RRT), where at 2:00 pm hearings on the renovation program started.
On Sunday May 14th a protest rally was held against the demolition of five-story buildings in Moscow. According to various sources, from 5,000 to 20,000 people took part in it.
Last month Consumer Protection Association “Public Control” received complaints from 34 Russian regions about reducing assortment and increasing prices for food.
Protesting truckers in the city of Manas in Dagestan were blocked by the military, who brought several armored personnel carriers to the place where the protesters gathered.
The participants of the truck drivers’ protest in Dagestan say that during all 12 days of the strike the federal TV channels do not dare to cover the protests, and the local authorities do not want to start a dialogue.
Violinist Andrei Osipov was detained in Cheboksary during orchestra’s practice because of his participation in anti-corruption rallies on March 26th.
Not a single Russian federal TV channel interrupted its scheduled program to report on anti-corruption protest rallies that took place in Moscow and dozens of cities across the country, which involved thousands of people, and ended up with mass detentions…