Moscow police say they will “crack down” on Saturday demonstrations in support of Alexei Navalny

“All attempts to organize an unauthorized public event and any provocative action will be considered a threat to public order and will be suppressed without delay”, said the Moscow police.

Moscow police warned, Friday, January 22, that any illegal demonstration in support of Russian opponent Alexey Navalny “will be[it] repressed “. “All attempts to organize an unauthorized public event and any provocative action will be considered a threat to public order and will be suppressed without delay”, said the police of the Russian capital, with reference “to illegal actions (planned) on January 23, 2021”.

Imprisoned since his incredible return to Russia on Monday, the opponent had counterattacked by launching a protest call. “What these bandits [au pouvoir] fear the most, you know, is that people take to the streets (…) so do not be afraid, take to the streets. Don’t go for me, go for yourselves and for your future “, he said in a video filmed in the courtroom and posted on social media.

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