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MOSCOW, May 24 (Itar-Tass) - The Prosecutor’s Office of the Central Administrative District of Moscow has sent a warning to the organisers of a gay pride parade of inadmissibility of law violation. The city Prosecutor’s Office reported on Friday that marches and rallies are planned in Moscow on May 25 and 26 to draw attention to the problems of the observance of the rights of persons with a non-traditional sexual orientation.
However, the Moscow government has not authorised such actions. Despite this, information has been spread through the Internet that the organisers of the events intend to ignore the decision of the authorities and to stage a parade.
“Today, in order to avoid possible violations of the law the corresponding warnings were sent by the Prosecutor’s Office of the Central Administrative District to the organisers of the action - Nikolai Alexeyev and Irina Alexeyeva,” the supervisory authority said.