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Shares in support of Furgal again held in Khabarovsk Territory

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In Khabarovsk on Sunday, July 12, actions were again held in support of the arrested governor Sergei Furgal. Residents staged a rally in the regional capital and marched along the central streets.

By 11 o’clock the cars of the security forces pulled in to the regional government building, riot police with batons and shields went into the building of the White House. A little later, people began to gather on Lenin Square, the slogans were the same as the day before - the residents of the region asked to release Sergei Furgal.


At noon, a motor rally passed around the city - several hundred cars with posters drove along several streets of Khabarovsk, and then arrived at Lenin Square. From there, the protesters again went to the center of the regional capital, motorists accompanied them, buzzing with horn, the roads were again blocked. The police didn’t detain anyone, and the batons didn’t go either.

The procession at the White House ended. The protesters agreed to go out to the rallies whenever possible, and next Saturday to organize a mass protest again. Similar protests took place in other cities of the Khabarovsk Territory.

Wagon detained on July 9. Him suspected of attempted murder and murder a number of entrepreneurs in 2004-2005. Other participants in the case gave evidence to the governor, they called the head of the region the organizer crimes.

The governor was sent to Moscow, where he charged, but he did not plead guilty. The Basmanny court on July 10 chose a preventive measure - two months arrest.

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