Saturday, July 25 in Khabarovsk (Russia) began another rally in support of ex-the Governor of Khabarovsk territory Sergey Furgala, who was arrested on charges of murder. As writes “Medusa”, the rally gathered more people than in the past and last weekend.
Participants marched through the Central streets of the city and went to the Central square for the rally. The crowd are chanting “Freedom”, “While we are uniform – we are invincible”, “This is our land”, “Down with the king”, “Russia, Wake up” and “Putin resign”.
The city administration claimsthat the rally came to 6.5 million people (to action last Saturday, the municipality has counted 10 thousand people). Whereas Khabarovsk website DVHUB.ru writes that participants “clearly more than last time”. The rating of“Kommersant”, the number of protesters “during the peak moments of the procession surpassed a record 50 thousand last Saturday”.
As informs Agency “Interfax”, the campaign in support Furgala conducted in the far Eastern cities of Vladivostok and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.