MOSCOW, Sep 12 (Reuters / EP) –
Russian security forces have made Thursday at least 150 records of homes and offices of followers of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalni, as told in Leonid Volkov, an ally of the political leader.
These records arrive four days after United Russia, the party of Russian President Vladimir Putin, lost a third of the seats in the Moscow local assembly, within the framework of local and regional elections in which he has maintained control but Losing weight in many places.
Navalni called on his followers to vote strategically to reduce the chances of candidates supported by the Kremlin across the country, a strategy that has had a clear effect but without losing majorities to the government party.
“The overall number of records is more than 150 and there are at least 1,000 agents of the Russian security forces involved” in the operations, Volkov wrote, in a message posted on their social networks.