In the center of Moscow, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation held an action against the election results. Before it began, the police laid siege to supporters of the communists – in the city party committee and the Moscow city Duma

On Pushkinskaya Square in the center of Moscow, a rally was held under the slogan “For Fair Elections”, which was organized by the Communist Party of the Russian Federation. As the correspondent of Meduza reports, about one thousand people gathered for it. According to the police, about 400 people left. The Moscow Mayor’s Office refused to agree on the rally, after which the Communist Party decided to hold it in the format of a meeting with voters. The police in the square, through loudspeakers, urged citizens to maintain social distance and said that the action was illegal.

On Pushkinskaya Square in the center of Moscow, a rally was held under the slogan “For Fair Elections”, which was organized by the Communist Party of the Russian Federation. As the correspondent of Meduza reports, about one thousand people gathered for it. According to the police, about 400 people left. The Moscow Mayor’s Office refused to agree on the rally, after which the Communist Party decided to hold it in the format of a meeting with voters. The police in the square, through loudspeakers, urged citizens to maintain social distance and said that the action was illegal.

The protesters chanted “Let go!” Demanding the release of political prisoners, and “Cancel!” The audience also shouted “United Russia has stolen the mandates!” and declared that they did not recognize the elections.

To drown out the audience, the police turned on the song “Uncle Vova, we are with you.” Then the “Song of the defenders of Moscow” was performed by the military choir, the song “Forward, Russia!” Oleg Gazmanov, “My Motherland” by Marina Breeze, “Russ” of the “Lube” group.

The leader of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, Gennady Zyuganov, did not come to the action, since he is participating in a meeting of the leaders of the parties that have passed to the State Duma with Vladimir Putin. Zyuganov conveyed “greetings” to all those present, said State Duma deputy Vladimir Kashin. The rally was attended by State Duma deputies Denis Parfenov, Valery Rashkin, Alexei Kurinny, State Duma candidate Nina Ostanina, as well as Moscow City Duma deputy Leonid Zyuganov. About an hour after the start, the protesters began to disperse.

On September 25, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation held protests in other cities of Russia. So, in Ufa, in the local Hyde Park, about 50 people gathered, detained one protester with a placard “They stole the elections from us.” In Yekaterinburg, the rally gathered about 200 people. 30-40 people left for Ulan-Ude .

On the eve of the Communist Party rally in Moscow, the police came to several representatives of the party and, as the party members themselves say, took them under siege. At about 15:00 on September 24, plainclothes policemen came to the home of Nikita Inozemtsev, an employee of the campaign headquarters of the former State Duma candidate Mikhail Lobanov. According to Inozemtsev, the police demanded to sign a summons with an open date, he did not. Those who came said that their visit was connected with his participation in an unnamed “unauthorized action”. Inozemtsev himself admitted that it was a meeting that took place on September 20 on Pushkin Square in the format of a meeting with deputies from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.

At about 10 am on September 25, Inozemtsev wrote on Facebook: “The plainclothes employee under the door seems to have become an integral part of the look of our dull corridor. In the meantime, it is already the twentieth hour of the siege of our apartment. And now this is not only my value judgment. The police themselves do not call it otherwise in conversations. Seven for one – so many of them are on duty at the entrance in the car, periodically going up to our floor. ” Mikhail Lobanov, in turn, demanded through Facebook “to stop persecuting people and to investigate the facts of election fraud.”

In the afternoon of September 24, security officials in civilian clothes also appeared near the building of the Moscow city committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, where the head of the party’s protest department, Pavel Ivanov, was located, Sota wrote . Ivanov linked the appearance of the siloviki with the fact that he called on people to take part in the Communist Party protest action on September 25. Surveillance cameras in the city committee filmed people in bulletproof vests and with weapons in their hands, whom Ivanov took for a capture group.

The Moscow City Duma building the same evening took in the siege of the city parliament deputy from the Communist Party Catherine Engalycheva. “The Moscow City Duma deputy was besieged in the city parliament and they are waiting for me to leave or leave the Duma in order to catch a ‘dangerous’ criminal like this in a crowd like this,” she wrote on Facebook. She posted a video of how the police searched the car in search of the deputy, including the trunk.

Update. During the day, the police detained about 60 representatives of the Communist Party in Moscow, State Duma deputy Denis Parfenov 

told the 

Dozhd TV channel .

In recent days, policemen massively detained several representatives of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation: Moscow City Duma deputy Elena Yanchuk , former State Duma candidate Sergei Kurgan, municipal deputy Sergei Vlasov, Ivan Shmatin, confidant of Mikhail Lobanov. Also, the police brought to justice about 30 participants of the Communist Party rally held on September 20. The coordinator of the Left Front, Sergei Udaltsov, was arrested for 10 days for organizing a rally on Pushkin Square on September 25.

The protesters chanted “Let go!” Demanding the release of political prisoners, and “Cancel!” The audience also shouted “United Russia has stolen the mandates!” and declared that they did not recognize the elections.

To drown out the audience, the police turned on the song “Uncle Vova, we are with you.” Then the “Song of the defenders of Moscow” was performed by the military choir, the song “Forward, Russia!” Oleg Gazmanov, “My Motherland” by Marina Breeze, “Russ” of the “Lube” group.

The leader of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, Gennady Zyuganov, did not come to the action, since he is participating in a meeting of the leaders of the parties that have passed to the State Duma with Vladimir Putin. Zyuganov conveyed “greetings” to all those present, said State Duma deputy Vladimir Kashin. The rally was attended by State Duma deputies Denis Parfenov, Valery Rashkin, Alexei Kurinny, State Duma candidate Nina Ostanina, as well as Moscow City Duma deputy Leonid Zyuganov. About an hour after the start, the protesters began to disperse.

On September 25, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation held protests in other cities of Russia. So, in Ufa, in the local Hyde Park, about 50 people gathered, detained one protester with a placard “They stole the elections from us.” In Yekaterinburg, the rally gathered about 200 people. 30-40 people left for Ulan-Ude .

On the eve of the Communist Party rally in Moscow, the police came to several representatives of the party and, as the party members themselves say, took them under siege. At about 15:00 on September 24, plainclothes policemen came to the home of Nikita Inozemtsev, an employee of the campaign headquarters of the former State Duma candidate Mikhail Lobanov. According to Inozemtsev, the police demanded to sign a summons with an open date, he did not. Those who came said that their visit was connected with his participation in an unnamed “unauthorized action”. Inozemtsev himself admitted that it was a meeting that took place on September 20 on Pushkin Square in the format of a meeting with deputies from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.

At about 10 am on September 25, Inozemtsev wrote on Facebook: “The plainclothes employee under the door seems to have become an integral part of the look of our dull corridor. In the meantime, it is already the twentieth hour of the siege of our apartment. And now this is not only my value judgment. The police themselves do not call it otherwise in conversations. Seven for one – so many of them are on duty at the entrance in the car, periodically going up to our floor. ” Mikhail Lobanov, in turn, demanded through Facebook “to stop persecuting people and to investigate the facts of election fraud.”

In the afternoon of September 24, security officials in civilian clothes also appeared near the building of the Moscow city committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, where the head of the party’s protest department, Pavel Ivanov, was located, Sota wrote . Ivanov linked the appearance of the siloviki with the fact that he called on people to take part in the Communist Party protest action on September 25. Surveillance cameras in the city committee filmed people in bulletproof vests and with weapons in their hands, whom Ivanov took for a capture group.

The Moscow City Duma building the same evening took in the siege of the city parliament deputy from the Communist Party Catherine Engalycheva. “The Moscow City Duma deputy was besieged in the city parliament and they are waiting for me to leave or leave the Duma in order to catch a ‘dangerous’ criminal like this in a crowd like this,” she wrote on Facebook. She posted a video of how the police searched the car in search of the deputy, including the trunk.

Update. During the day, the police detained about 60 representatives of the Communist Party in Moscow, State Duma deputy Denis Parfenov 

told the 

Dozhd TV channel .

In recent days, policemen massively detained several representatives of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation: Moscow City Duma deputy Elena Yanchuk , former State Duma candidate Sergei Kurgan, municipal deputy Sergei Vlasov, Ivan Shmatin, confidant of Mikhail Lobanov. Also, the police brought to justice about 30 participants of the Communist Party rally held on September 20. The coordinator of the Left Front, Sergei Udaltsov, was arrested for 10 days for organizing a rally on Pushkin Square on September 25.

(c)MEDUZA 2021

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