Ilya Yashin was detained again at the exit from the detention center

In Moscow on Sunday, 18 August, re-arrested one of the unregistered candidates to the city Duma, opposition leader Ilya Yashin. It is reported that the detention was right at the exit of the detention center, where he was serving an administrative arrest. The video appeared on Twitter of a politician.

The politician’s lawyer Vadim Prokhorov on his page in Facebook saidthat Yashin “was taken directly from the territory of the detention center by some police in a police van with curtained Windows in an unknown direction. Apparently, again driven to some remote OVD again to make the Protocol on an administrative offense — for 4-th for 3 weeks. And again close under administrative arrest”. On the page Yashin in social networks appeared information that the new administrative case will be considered on Monday, August 19, in the district court of Troitsk.

In a similar way was previously submitted under the new administrative detention and other unregistered candidates — Yulia Galiamina and Konstantin Jankauskas. They were also detained at the time of release from the detention center.

Over the last month Ilya Yashin has left three administrative detention on various charges related to uncoordinated actions in support of independent candidates to the Moscow city Duma. It is reported that this time Yashin were detained “for appeals to the outstanding shares on 18 and 19 July.” The first time he was arrested for 10 days on July 29 for what he did on Twitter a publication, urging Muscovites to enter the uncoordinated action on July 27. Then on 8 August the Khamovnichesky district court arrested him for another 10 day for action July 14 near Mosgorizbirkoma.

We will remind, yesterday, on the Boulevard ring in Moscow held a series of pickets in support of unregistered candidates to the elections to the Moscow city Duma and arrested at the “Moscow case” during a protest on July 27.
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