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MOSCOW, May 4 (Itar-Tass) —— The Moscow prosecutors office issued a warning against infringement of law to organizers of unauthorized actions planned in Moscow for May 6.
Sources in the prosecutor office said that the warning had been made in connection with the plan of activists of opposition movements to stage a protest action in downtown Moscow, including the Manege Square.
“The action was not coordinated with the authorities, as is required by law. However, one of the organizers of the action, Yulia Kazakova, placed in the internet information about the planned action and urged citizens to participate in it. In order to prevent a possible breach of law the Savyolovsky inter-district prosecutors office addressed a warning to Yulia Kazakova,” sources in the prosecutor office reported.
The prosecutor office of the Central Administrative District addressed warnings to Mark Galperin, Natalia Chernyshova and Artyom Potrekhalichev, the organizers of unauthorized actions planned to be held in the Manege Square on May 6.