Pushkov criticized the state Department for the lack of comments on the situation in Paris
MOSCOW, 29 Mar — RIA Novosti. The lack of review of the state Department about the dispersal of protests in Paris, speaks of his “fake” values, believes Russian Senator Alexey Pushkov.
County residents and representatives of the Chinese community of the French capital for the second night in a row organize riots and protests in connection with the murder of police Chinese. On Tuesday evening police used tear gas to disperse the protesters, reported the correspondent of RIA Novosti.
“Something not heard the indignant voice of the state Department, condemning the French government’s violence against protesters. And do not hear. Values-a fake”, — wrote Pushkov in his microblog on Twitter.
Earlier, U.S. state Department condemned the detentions held during an unsanctioned rally in Russia, and the EU urged the Russian authorities “to immediately release” all those detained during the rallies on March 26.
According to police estimates, the day on the streets of Moscow there were about 7-8 thousand people. The head of Department of regional security and combating corruption Moscow Vladimir Tchernikov has told RIA Novosti that they detained more than 600 people. On Monday evening a representative of the press service of the MIA reported RIA Novosti that the majority of detainees are released.
The Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called the West’s reaction to the arrest in Russia of double standards, Recalling that about the decisions that were taken in Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, which the government banned certain meetings, “no one worried”, “no one said anything about it”.
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On Sunday in Moscow was held an unsanctioned rally organized by opposition activist Alexei Navalny. Previously, the Moscow authorities proposed to postpone the March on 26 March from the city center, in Sokolniki and Lublin, but the organizers refused. Press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov said after that, that appeals to take to the streets in the center of Moscow — not that other, as provocation.