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Case on blocking roads during protests opened in Vladivostok

Case on blocking roads during protests opened in Vladivostok
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The Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Primorsky Territory opened a criminal case for deliberately blocking roads. According to law enforcement officers, this created a threat to the life and health of citizens: an ambulance could not travel to four patients for three hours.

According to Forbes, the information was given to law enforcement officers by the ambulance dispatchers of Vladivostok. According to them, the team of doctors was unable to get to the nine-month-old baby and to the seriously ill with pneumonia in time.

Problems with traffic began at 14:00 - simultaneously with the start of the rally in support of Alexei Navalny - and lasted three hours. As noted in the UMVD in the Primorsky Territory, criminal cases were initiated under Art. 267 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation: deliberate blocking of transport communications. The punishment provides for up to one year in prison, correctional labor or a fine of up to 300 thousand rubles.

Unauthorized rallies in support of Alexei Navalny took place on January 23 throughout Russia. According to OVD-info, 3 people were detained in all cities - this is a record for the entire time of various all-Russian actions. The oppositionist is accused of violating the probationary period in the Yves Rocher case. Also in December, the UK opened another fraud case against him: the policy could face up to 695 years in prison. Alexei Navalny himself calls the criminal prosecution political, and the cases fabricated.

 

 

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