Russian police detained 29 people for disturbing public order

29 persons arrested belong to the political opposition and support the opposition leader, Alexei Navalny. | Photo: EFE

Police arrested on Sunday in the Russian capital, Moscow, 29 people who were demonstrating in support of the opposition leader, Alexei Navalny.
“Twenty-nine people were arrested by police for disturbing the public order”, the Moscow police press agency reported.
Most of the detainees by riot forces were in Triumfalnaya square and they were taken in police vans.
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The arrested belong to the new opposition organization, conformed by nationalist groups without links with the extra-parliamentary opposition and who attended a March even though he had no permission from the Moscow City Council.
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