The organizers of the rally in Moscow against Putin’s zeroing time reduced the number of registered participants
Member of the libertarian party, Michael Lights announced on Twitter that the applicants of the rally against the nullification of presidential terms of Vladimir Putin has reduced the estimated number of protesters to 4.5 thousand people. Thus the meeting does not fall under the ban of the Moscow authorities for holding mass events in connection with the epidemic of the coronavirus.
The application to the mayor of Moscow to hold a rally against the amendment of the Constitution of the Russian Federation and nullification of presidential terms of Vladimir Putin, along with the libertarian party, filed by “Open Russia”. The opposition has proposed two dates — March 21 and 22. Initially, it was announced 25-50 thousand participants. “In countries where the government does not change more than 20 years, has no future”, — is spoken in the application of “Open Russia”. Libertarians say that they oppose the usurpation of power.
On 10 March it became known that the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin due to the spread of the coronavirus banned until April 10 of a mass event if they will participate more than 5 thousand people. In the decree of the mayor noted that the ban applies to “sports, entertainment, public and other mass events”.
We will remind, Vladimir Putin has approved an amendment to the Constitution, onusumba his presidential terms. The proposal was made by the Deputy of the state Duma from “United Russia” Valentina Tereshkova. Reseting the timing will allow Putin to participate in the new elections. According to him, it will be possible, if the amendment of the Constitution agree the constitutional court of the Russian Federation. Term of operating powers Putin ends in 2024. Under the current Constitution, he cannot offer his candidature for presidency.
The evening of 10 March in Moscow and St.-Petersburg have passed the first pickets against the nullification of presidential terms.
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