Russian political scientist about the protests in Moscow: “Reminiscent of the beginning of Perestroika”

Russian political scientist Igor eydman believes that the current protest action in Moscow is a self-organized meeting of Russians who decided to protest. About this he wrote in Facebook.

In his opinion, today’s event is not organized by the appeal of the Russian opposition, and self-organization of people who wanted to protest.

“Judging from the video with the Teeth, the situation is very reminiscent of the beginning of Perestroika. People just overcame his fear and speak out loud that has accumulated. How, then, on the New Arbat and at the booth of “Moscow News”. This motion is the future,” wrote eydman.

As reported, during the opposition rally in Moscow militiamen have detained more than 40 people, some of whom are also minors

Russian human rights activist Oleg Eliseev said that the Moscow authorities were notified of the holding of shares in the capital of Russia, but the police made some arrests of activists.