Opposition leader Alexei Navalny, previously detained during an unsanctioned rally in Central Moscow, will remain in this status until the court of an administrative offense, said his press Secretary, Kira Yarmish.
“Issued an administrative arrest to the court, the court will take place tomorrow”, – said the Armys.
Earlier in a press-service GU MVD in Moscow said that Navalny was detained and taken to police Department for drawing up Protocol on administrative offense under article 20.2 of the administrative code (Violation of established order of organizing or holding meetings, rallies, demonstrations, marches or picketing).
For violation of article 20.2 of the administrative code punishable by a fine of 1000 rubles for up to 15 days of administrative arrest.
Earlier it was reported that the protest in Moscow organized by the oppositionist Alexei Navalny, were not agreed upon by the city authorities; accordingly, the municipality refused to block traffic on Tverskaya street, where it was proposed to hold a March. At the beginning of the campaign a considerable part of protesters occupied Pushkin square; police and riot police have started to clean it.
On the protests in Moscow have detained more than 500 people.