Teenagers go to rallies because of the lack of dialogue with senior. This opinion was expressed by the Commissioner for children’s rights in Moscow Evgeny Bunimovich at a press conference, reports on Wednesday, June 14, TASS reported.
According to experts, you need to understand “why progressive and versatile teenagers find neither in school nor in other structures the answers to their questions.” “Apparently, not well developed dialogue,” he said.
Bunimovich said that in Russia “the adults are authoritarian, able to talk only to decrees and orders.” “If our teenagers need to go to the lantern in order to get answers to their questions, it’s a problem of adults,” he said.
The Ombudsman added that there is a Convention on the rights of the child, and the state must protect the right of children to freedom of thought and conscience.
Earlier, the head of the Department of regional security of Moscow Vladimir Chernikov said that during the unsanctioned opposition rally on June 12 on Tverskaya street, the police arrested 136 minors. Before the official representative of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Irina Volk said that in the course of the action were detained 150 offenders.
Originally the rally was to be held in consistent with the authorities place on Sakharov Avenue (in the end, there came, according to police, 1.8 thousand people). However, on the night of June 12, the opposition leader Alexei Navalny urged his supporters to go out on Tverskaya street, where was held the celebration of Day of Russia. In an unsanctioned event, according to law enforcement officers, was attended by about 4.5 thousand people.
Rallies against corruption, held on June 12 and in many other cities. In particular, as reported by the press service of the Ombudsman for the rights of the child in Saint Petersburg Svetlana Agapitovoj, in the Northern capital on an inconsistent event on the Champ de Mars was arrested 73 minors, writes “Interfax”.