The HRC will prepare a report for the President on the observation of protest actions

© RIA Novosti / Daniil Sheremetevskii an unsanctioned rally in Moscow as part of the Strike voters. 28 Jan 2018The HRC will prepare a report for the President on the observation of protest actions© RIA Novosti / Daniil Sheremet

The presidential human rights Council (HRC) will report to the President on the results of monitoring the protests, held on Sunday in different regions of Russia, told RIA Novosti the head of the HRC Mikhail Fedotov.

«Naturally, we will prepare a final report to the President on the results of our monitoring of the stock, passed today,» said Fedotov RIA Novosti on Sunday.

Public monitoring of the action in Moscow was carried out by several Council representatives, including the head of the Commission the HRC for civic participation in combating corruption and control over law enforcement Kirill Kabanov. He praised the actions of the police in the course of the action as correct, and again noted the trend of involvement of minors in inconsistent public events. In addition, the HRC has received data from other regions. As noted by Fedotov, promotions in different cities, even not agreed with the local authorities, passed off relatively peacefully.

The rally of supporters of the blogger Alexei Navalny were held on Sunday in major cities of Russia. According to the interior Ministry, the activities were coordinated with local authorities in 46 cities, rough violations during the agreed shares is not allowed. Events were held in Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Rostov-on-don, Krasnodar, Sochi, Chelyabinsk, Yekaterinburg, Yaroslavl, Perm, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Krasnoyarsk, Khabarovsk.

Inconsistent with the local authorities actions took place in Vladivostok, Kaliningrad, Ufa, Voronezh, Volgograd, Murmansk, Kemerovo, Saint Petersburg and Moscow.

According to preliminary calculations based on official data of the interior Ministry with the statistics of the two gumvd across Moscow and St. Petersburg, the total number of participants amounted to about 5 thousand people. About the same number of reports and the presidential Council on human rights.