Sunday, November 5, in Russia for actions in support of an opposition politician Vyacheslav Maltsev arrested 448 people. These figures reported by OVD-info.

In Moscow detained the most – 339, 49 of them – minors. In St. Petersburg detained 21 people.

About sixty people spent the whole day in the van.

At 02:35, Monday in police departments is left 112 people.

4 November in several cities of the aggressor country have passed so-called Russian marches, which also detained several dozen people. On November 5, Vyacheslav Maltsev announced the start of a “revolution in Russia” – his supporters was planning to take to the streets and not to leave them until the Vladimir Putin’s regime will not fall.

According to unconfirmed reports, those detained in Moscow were questioned as witnesses in the case Maltseva calls for extremist activities, as well as under articles “terrorist act” and “riots.”

Russia has detained about 450 people 06.11.2017

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