Police detains 15 people at congress of deceived investors in Moscow
The rally organizers themselves asked the law enforcers for help.
In Moscow, near the Cinema House, where the all-Russian Congress of Deceived Investors was taking place, the police detained 15 men, the MIA Regional Directorate’s website reports.
According to the authority, the rally organizers themselves complained to the police about “citizens violating public order.” After that, law enforcement officers brought 15 people to the police department for “a discussion.”
As reported by Kommersant, the congress was held by the Communist Party. The speakers included party leader Gennady Zyuganov and Director of the Sovkhoz Imeni Lenina (‘Lenin State Farm’) Pavel Grudinin, who had been registered as a candidate in the presidential elections from the Communist Party.
The video from the rally shows more than 10 men approaching the building with posters in their hands; there are slogans against Grudinin on some of them.
After a while, according to media reports, all the detainees were released.
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