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Activist detained in Sakhalin for calls for rallies in support of Furgal
For calls for actions in support of the governor of the Khabarovsk Territory, Sergei Furgal, a resident of Sakhalin was detained. An activist of the organization "For Human Rights" Igor Emelianenko called for a gathering at a national gathering.
It is reported Interfax with reference to the head of the regional branch of the organization Mark Kuperman. According to him, the activist was detained in the morning and sent to the police department of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.
On the eve of Emelianenko, he distributed a video message on social networks to the Sakhalin people, urging them to gather for a “people's gathering” in support of residents of the Khabarovsk Territory who are protesting against the arrest of their governor. About 20 people came to the action.
Kuperman noted that he may have violated the rules for holding public shares, or the rules of restrictions on the coronavirus.
Khabarovsk rally for the sixth day in a row. Shares in support of the governor of the region Sergey Furgal have not stopped since July 11. A mass procession takes place along the central city roads, people gather at the regional administration building on Lenin Square. Protesters chant “Freedom!”, “Honest trial!”, “Give us Furgal back!” and other slogans.