In Moscow, police detained about 60 protesters in a rally of solidarity with Yerevan

In Moscow, according to unspecified sources yesterday evening, the police detained about 60 people who participated in actions of solidarity with the opposition in Yerevan.

У Москві поліція затримала близько 60 протестуючих в акції солідарності з Єреваном

Mainly police stations filled the young representatives of the Armenian community in the capital, reports Rus.Media.

At a rally in support of Armenian opposition out of about 300 people, most of whom belonged to the ethnic Diaspora. The rally began near the Armenian Church, and passed peacefully, until the crowd appeared provocateurs with slogans and statements are clearly extremist. After that, law enforcement officers intervened in the situation and began to detain the activists, who set up a radical.

According to unconfirmed reports, the second version of the dispersal of the rally, there is a complaint of inhabitants of houses which are located near the scene of the action. The unrest began in Yerevan after was the amended article of the Constitution, which the new version gives all powers to the Prime Minister. The deputies want to elect to this position the ex-President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan, the opposition protests.

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