A personality of a new anti-Kremlin protests was incarcerated in Moscow on Thursday during an illegal picket nearby a Russian Investigative Committee.
Sergei Udaltsov announced his possess apprehension in a Twitter summary sent from a paddy wagon. The proclamation was after reliable by city police.
Udaltsov attempted to classify some 50 protesters into a tellurian sequence around a downtown bureau of a Investigative Committee, Russia’s analogue of a FBI that is now conducting an review into riots during an antithesis convene in May.
Fourteen people were charged over a May riots, that saw some 650 quickly incarcerated by a police, according to rights activists’ figures.
The antithesis claims that military annoyed a riots and that a ongoing box is built as partial of a Kremlin’s danger debate opposite a enemies, that also saw military acid a homes of several criticism leaders, yet not Udaltsov.
Police pronounced that Udaltsov, 35, who heads a unregistered organisation a Left Front, has disregarded a new draconian law on open rallies upheld by a Kremlin in a arise of a May riots.
Udaltsov, who has a lane record of some-more than 100 arrests during illegal rallies, could face a excellent of adult to 300,000 rubles ($9,500) over a picket, that saw no other arrests. Police did not mention his punishment as of Thursday evening.