The opposition has announced a “perpetual merry-making” in China-town

Representatives of the opposition, are in the metro station “China Town” in the center of Moscow, announced the launch of “perpetual, non-stop folk festivals” in the area. This was reported in his twitter blogger Alex Bulk.

At the present time, according to the correspondent of “Lenty.ru” near the monument to the Heroes of Plevna on China-town are 250-300 people, including Bulk and coordinator of the “Left Front” Sergei Udaltsov. Activists chant slogans and do not do not hold any posters.

As noted, the crowd periodically approach the police and talk to them, but do not make arrests. According to police, in the case of the absence of further dispersal of posters and slogans will be no action.

According to “Novaya Gazeta”, formerly one of the activists was arrested when he tried to establish an area of ​​the tent.

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