“Why do we have a head, who considers us second-class citizens?”
At the rally in Ulan-Ude, local residents demanded the resignation of the head of Buryatia
At the rally in Ulan-Ude, local residents demanded the resignation of the head of Buryatia Alexey Tzudenova. “He said to his people replied axes, valve. Why do we need a head of the Republic, who considers us second-class citizens? He wants to give our country to the Chinese, to give Baikal. We kept, keep and will keep Baikal! We say no to you, Mr. Tsydenov, your batons, your axes, your arbitrariness,” — said from the stage the head of the movement “Sacred Baikal”, one of the organizers of the rally Vladimir Bogoev.
The participants to the meeting of the people actively supported Bogoeva, who demanded the resignation of the head of the region. “The executioner of the Buryat people resign!” — said Bogoev.
The rally in Ulan-Ude came, and the head of Buryatia Alexey Tsydenov, the correspondent Znak.com. The locals greeted him with cries of “Shame!”
Tsydenov tried to talk to protesters, but a full-fledged dialogue never happened. So, the leader of the young Communist League of Buryatia Tami Botagarov Tzudenova asked whether he thinks the normal axes law enforcement authorities to disperse the rally. “We have, in my opinion is not the 15th century, with the axes running!” — outraged Buhtojarov. The head of the Republic only answered, saying, “no harm, no foul”. The objections of the head of the young Communist League of Buryatia that one victim is still there, and the doctors diagnosed him with a traumatic brain injury, Tsydenov said, “You’re not a doctor.”
According to estimates correspondents Znak.com at a rally in the capital of Buryatia, out of about 700 people.
Recall that the protests in Ulan-Ude began on 9 September. The locals demanded the release of two detained supporters of the Yakut shaman Alexander Gabysheva, who goes to Moscow to “expel Putin.” Later, the protesters began to demand the re-election of the mayor, which was won by the independent candidate Igor sumenkov supported by “United Russia”.