Russian opposition chief Alexei Navalny at a mass march on the one-year anniversary of dissident Boris Nemtsov’s killing on Feb. 27, 2016 in Moscow, Russia.
Russian opposition chief Alexei Navalny has been arrested in Moscow as protest demonstrations referred to as by him occurred throughout the nation.
He has referred to as on supporters to proceed the demonstrations regardless of his arrest Sunday.
He says on Twitter “they’ve detained me. This doesn’t suggest something … you did not come out for me, however to your future.”
Protests starting from just a few dozen to a number of hundred folks have been reported all through the nation.
Navalny is asking for a boycott of the March 18 presidential election during which President Vladimir Putin is searching for a fourth time period.