According to Oksana Harinova, the police intend to prosecute her for organizing an anti-corruption picket on March 26.
A few days ago a man called and introduced himself as an employee of the Ministry of the Interior of Ukhta and asked her to come to the police office. Oksana Harinova agreed upon condition of receiving a summon. Then she was called a few more times. The organizer of the picket recorded the conversation that took place on May 11. The man introduced himself as a policeman Nyukhov and said that if the girl did not come herself, she would be accompanied by a squad. She replied that she would come at the beginning of next week, when her lawyer would return to the city.
Oksana Harinova once again refused to come to the police. On May 11, according to her colleagues, the Ministry of Internal Affairs came to her office.
About 50 people took part in the anti-corruption picket in Ukhta on March 26. The police detained five people and drawn up administrative protocols 'for violation of the established procedure for organizing or holding a meeting, rally, demonstration, procession or picketing'. The Ukhta Mayor's Office refused to coordinate the picket.
In Syktyvkar, according to official figures, about 200 people took part in the anti-corruption rally in front of the opera and ballet theater, organizer Anatoly Misharin was detained. On May 10, the court fined him for 10 thousand rubles.
Rallies took place in almost 100 cities of Russia on March 26. The reason was the film of the Anti-Corruption Fund 'He is not Dimon' about the 'secret empire' of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Maxim Polyakov, «7x7»