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The court dismissed the case of the attack on the Russian guard at a rally in Buryatia

The court dismissed the case of the attack on the Russian guard at a rally in Buryatia

In Buryatia, the criminal case against Dmitry Kharaev, accused of assaulting an employee of the Russian Guard, was stopped. A man sprayed tear gas during rallies in Ulan-Ude.

Harayev was fined five thousand rubles. He was released from criminal liability. The man was not previously convicted, he also pleaded guilty and apologized to the victim. He, in turn, said that he had no complaints, according to the website of the Soviet District Court of Ulan-Ude. The decision has not yet entered into force.

Residents of Ulan-Ude went to a spontaneous rally on September 9 demanding discard results city ​​mayoral election, and protested a few more days. So, on 12 of September, a bus was parked in the pedestrian zone with passengers who refused to leave it at the request of traffic police inspectors. The citizens put up active resistance and used tear gas. As a result, 17 residents of Ulan-Ude were detained, the bus was delivered to a parking lot. The head of Buryatia, Alexey Tsydenov, called on residents recognize the election results, and he asked people calling on citizens to rally not to expose those who trust them, not to force them to break the law.

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