Before Putins inauguration, his biggest political opponent was arrested again for illegal gatherings.

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 Before Putins inauguration, his biggest political opponent was arrested again for illegal gatherings.


Overseas network May 5 local time in May 5th, the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navani (AlexeiNavalny) was arrested for trying to carry out an unapproved rally in the center of Moscow. According to Tass news agency, Navani appealed to the public to join illegal gatherings on the Internet. The Moscow municipal government considered this a provocative and irresponsible act. Prosecutors in Moscow warned the organizers not to hold unauthorized assemblies and warned participants of possible negative consequences. At the rally, police used speakers to ask the crowd to leave because the meeting was not approved by the government. We ask you to leave the area, or you will use force and impact ammunition on you, the police warned. The Moscow government had allowed the organizers to choose between two designated venues, but the organizers were not satisfied with the designated venues. After that, the government proposed new sites for consultations. Finally, officials banned organizers from holding any activities on that day. It was not the first arrest of Putin. In January 2018, the opposition leader, Navani, who was regarded as the current presidents biggest political enemy, was banned by the authorities and demonstrated in more than 100 cities and towns throughout the country in January 28th to support his boycott. During the demonstration, the police arrested Mr Na, and then released. It is understood that if he is accused of violating the law during the demonstration, he will face jail. It is reported that Russias capital Moscow Moscow Kremlin will hold a grand inauguration ceremony in May 7th, and Putin will officially start the fourth presidential term. Source: overseas web editor: Xun Jianguo _NN7379 The Moscow government had allowed the organizers to choose between two designated venues, but the organizers were not satisfied with the designated venues. After that, the government proposed new sites for consultations. Finally, officials banned organizers from holding any activities on that day. It was not the first arrest of Putin. In January 2018, the opposition leader, Navani, who was regarded as the current presidents biggest political enemy, was banned by the authorities and demonstrated in more than 100 cities and towns throughout the country in January 28th to support his boycott. During the demonstration, the police arrested Mr Na, and then released. It is understood that if he is accused of violating the law during the demonstration, he will face jail. It is reported that Russias capital Moscow Moscow Kremlin will hold a grand inauguration ceremony in May 7th, and Putin will officially start the fourth presidential term.