In Russia, more than 45 people were detained during actions in support of Alexei Navalny, OVD-Info reports . June 4th is his birthday.
A man who came out in Kaliningrad with balloons with the inscription "Happy Birthday, Alexei" was detained along with two other people. They were taken to Police Station No. 3.
Anna Yuzhakova was detained on Manezhnaya Square in Moscow, who came out with a poster in support of Navalny and demanding freedom for political prisoners. She was taken to a paddy wagon.
Yevgenia Khemraeva was detained with a poster "Freedom to Navalny" at the Lubyanka in Moscow. She was taken to the Presnensky police station, where a protocol was drawn up on violating picketing rules and disobeying the police.
Ekaterina Romanova-Vedenina was detained for walking with a "Happy Birthday" balloon on Pushkinskaya Square. It is also reported that citizens who refuse to show documents to the police are detained on this square.
Politician Elvira Vikhareva was detained in Moscow, she was taken to the Timiryazevskoye police station.
Picketer Aleksey Kucherenko, who came out with a poster "#Free Navalny", was detained in St. Petersburg on the Field of Mars, after which they were taken in a paddy wagon in an unknown direction.
In Makhachkala, Ibragim Parkuev was detained for going out with a poster "Happy birthday, Alexei." Where he was taken is unknown, and he does not answer calls.
Earlier, Aleksey Navalny, who is in IK-6 and regularly ends up in ShIZO, posted a post from the colony on his 47th birthday.
“Today is my birthday. And, waking up in the morning, I joked to myself that I added ShIZO to the piggy bank of places where I celebrated my birthday. And then, like many people who have reached a certain age (and I'm 47 today - stunned), I thought about the achievements for the year and plans for the next.