A resident of Yekaterinburg was detained at a rally in support of the “special operation”. She shouted “No to war!”

A resident of Yekaterinburg was detained at a rally in support of the “special operation”. She shouted “No to war!”

In Yekaterinburg, during a United Russia rally in support of the “special operation” of the Russian army in Ukraine, a local resident Nadezhda Sayfutdinova went up on stage and shouted “No to war!” About it informs It’s My City edition.

The host of the event, wearing a T-shirt with the letter Z, interrupted Sayfutdinova, chanting the slogan “Russia is strength.” The Yekaterinburg woman was taken away from the stage, later she was detained by the police and taken to the city department. As the cops walked her to the car, she criticized them for being “supporting the regime” notes edition.

Po data It’s My City, an employee of the Center “E” talked to Saifutdinova in the department. An administrative protocol is drawn up against her, under which article it is not specified. According to the Yekaterinburg woman, she did not plan a rally at the United Russia event, but walked by and “reacted emotionally to what was happening.”

In May, Nadezhda Sayfutdinova went to a picket against the war in Ukraine with her mouth sewn shut. In her hands was a poster “Be silent! It is impossible! War is NOT peace! Freedom is NOT slavery! Ignorance is NOT strength! Here they are your bonds.” Saifutdinova told the human rights project OVD-Info that she sewed her mouth shut herself in protest against military censorship imposed by the Russian authorities.

The lawyer said that after the arrest, the police used physical force against her. They took Saifutdinova to a psychiatric hospital for examination, which she refused.

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