In several cities of the country-aggressor Russia on Saturday, 29 April, protests were held with the symbolical name “Tired,” which was written on special forms of official letters to the President Vladimir Putin and urged him not to go to the polls in 2018. About it reports the Russian TV channel Rain.

In Moscow, which authorities have not agreed on today’s action, the participants brought letters demanding the Russians directly to the office of the President. As noted, before the action of the reception building protected with a fence and pulled him municipal vehicles. Came in turn came to the entrance and left there their petition.



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If the capital campaign was relatively calm and no arrests, in St. Petersburg, where the event was not consistent, police detained, according to various estimates, from 40 to 100 protesters.




Detention in St. Petersburg

The detention took place in Kemerovo, Kazan, Tula, Tyumen, Novokuznetsk, and Izhevsk.


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The promoter of the “Tired” made the movement Open Russia, whose founder is a former Russian oligarch, one of the leaders of the opposition in the country-the aggressor Mikhail Khodorkovsky.

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Photos: Rain, twitter.com/openrussia_org, twitter.com/alenawenger, twitter.com/open_election




“I’m tired”: in Russia for the shares demanded from Putin not to go in presidents 29.04.2017

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