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"It is obvious that the independent candidates would not be registered for the elections. It is more important now to demand freedom for those arrested, protest the police brutality and fabricated criminal cases." #moscowProtest#moscowelectioncrisispic.twitter.com/nTn0Dp7t3A
"If you can only say the truth in a whisper, the country has been captured by enemies. There are more and more people who understand this...People, don't be afraid to demand what is rightfully yours. We walk down the street and we are beaten up..."pic.twitter.com/eAXPlBSISA
Above: Alexander Soloviev who was not allowed to participate in Moscow city elections. This is the 4th weekend of protests in Moscow and St.Petersburg. Over 3,000 arrested. Mass protests are banned. #MoscowProtest#MoscowElectionCrisis
On Old Arbat, Moscow, a group of teenagers started a non-sanctioned march, led by a 17-year-old Olga Misik, known for reading the Russian Constitution to riot police on July 27. Participants chant: "Freedom for political prisoners" and "Putin is a thief." #moscowprotests
Please follow and share this thread and links to protect these very young and very brave people.The Kremlin is afraid of the world seeing its brutality.They are less likely to be arrested/tortured if the world sees the protest.#moscowprotests#MoscowProtest#moscowelectioncrisis
"Why is it important to protest now?" "Because if we don't do anything nothing will change." Meanwhile, activists refuse to speak to state-funded mass media (Izvestija.) "Shame!" chants the mob and won't let Rossiya TV channel to shoot. #moscowprotests#moscowelectioncrisis
PLEASE SHARE!!! 17 y.o. #olgamisik is detained in Moscow during a peaceful protest against unfair elections and mass arrests (see this thread). Olga is known for reading the Constitution to riot police and is the leader of a group of 45 teenagers protesting today.#moscowprotestspic.twitter.com/xW314Xqi28
UPDATE #olgamisik was released. Maybe your RTs helped. Another protestor from her group is arrested. At least 12 detained in St.Petersburg. Solitary protests are about to be over now. Mass protests are banned this weekend. #moscowprotests#MoscowElectionsCrisis
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