Zhirinovsky called for the release of all those detained after protests

Zhirinovsky called for the release of all those detained after protests

The Chairman of the liberal democratic party Vladimir Zhirinovsky said that the need to release “all young people”, which participated in the rallies on March 26, calling the detention “psychological trauma”. The head of the faction wrote on his Twitter page.

“No need to escalate and embitter!” — said Zhirinovsky.

You need to let go of all the young people who participated recently in meetings. Detention psychological trauma. No need to escalate and embitter!

— Vladimir Zhirinovsky (@Zhirinovskiy) March 31, 2017

Earlier, on March 30, the liberal democratic party issued a statement in which he urged to release all detainees at the anti-corruption protest. The report said that the protesters “may have violated” the established order, but the fact of the detention “has become a good lesson for the future.” “Someone has succumbed to the propaganda, someone came out of curiosity”, — was specified in circulation. It also proposed “do not embitter” youth and allocate space where young people could gather and Express their opinions.

In addition, on March 30, a source in the faction told RBC that the party leader of LDPR Vladimir Zhirinovsky has decided to make a similar appeal at a plenary session next Wednesday, April 5. Such decision policies adopted after the “read the press and deal with the situation,” the source explained.

In his blog in LiveJournal, the Vice-speaker of the Duma from LDPR Igor Lebedev Mar 27, wrote that the issue which the young people “and even students” came to the rally, not “in the political aspirations of citizens” or “political claims Bulk”, and that young people with “nothing to lose”.

According to the politician, the youth had no prospects due to the lack of normal economic and social support, so young people are becoming “social base for revolution.”

He urged the authorities to work with young people and to engage in dialogue “with the Duma opposition” and citizens