The protest in Vladivostok against the pension reform was declared an “Open Russia”.
In Vladivostok, the police arrested 7 persons who planned to participate in the rally against the pension reform. Inconsistent with the authorities the protest was to be held on Saturday 15 September. As soon as people began to gather at the venue, they were surrounded by police officers.
According to the correspondent of “Siberia.Reality,” protesters force put into the machine, despite the fact that they have already begun to curtail the posters at the request of the police. Another two people without witnesses, conducted searches of backpacks. One of the young men during the detention broke his glasses.
Later at the police station the activists were drawn up. Detainees and Maria Zinchenko Tatyana Hardeen left over night until the election of a further preventive measure, the others were released pending trial.
The cases scheduled for September 16. They face up to 30 days in jail or 200 thousand rubles fine. Photographer Andrei Gusev, who was filming the action and held in his hand, as he claims, soft drink, charged with drinking alcohol in a public place.
The protest in Vladivostok against the pension reform was declared an “Open Russia”. In addition, the movement’s supporters were planning to act against the kidnapping of civil society activists. 9 September – the day of similar protests announced by opposition activist Alexei Navalny, the police detained the coordinator of the NGO Andrew jarocki and his girlfriend Maria Zinchenko.
10 September in Russia during rallies against pension reform was detained according to unofficial detained more than 1,000 people.
In different regions of the Crimea, the Communist party holds rallies, pickets and collection of signatures against the pension reform. The September 2 meeting in the center of Sevastopol demanded the resignation of the government of neighboring Russia and a referendum on pension reform.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on 29 August in a televised address to predlagayet the retirement age for women to 60 years, not 63, as proposed by the government. However, Putin, and the government led by Dmitry Medvedev, says that men should retire at 65 years. Putin also added that it is necessary to establish administrative and criminal liability for dismissal or refusal of employment of staff approaching retirement age.
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