The march in memory of Boris Nemtsov in Moscow was attended by more than 50 thousand people. PHOTO
In Moscow, the thousands-strong march in memory of the murdered Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov ended. In total, over 50 thousand people gathered for the action, which lasted about four hours.
At the end of the march, law enforcement officers put up an iron fence near the place where the opposition politician was killed. It was here that tens of thousands of people brought flowers and portraits depicting Nemtsov.
The mourning procession was virtually without provocation. However, about 15 people were still detained at the rallies “Shame” at the rally, writes Rain. Among them was Ukrainian MP Aleksey Goncharenko. His phone and passport were taken from him.