CPRF activist Vladimir Zazerin released after being detained by police
Penza, 4 November 2015. PenzaNews. Vladimir Zazerin, activist of the Communist Party and the movement “Children of War,” was released after being detained by the police during the Penza public rally on National Unity Day, the head of the CPRF Penza region committee Sergei Padalkin reported in his Twitter on Wednesday, November 4.
“CPRF activist V.Zazerin held 90 minutes in police for ‘wrong’ banner, took arguments. He’s just been released,” he wrote.
As PenzaNews agency reported earlier, Vladimir Zazerin was detained in the Penza city police office No. 1 after he was noticed on Lenina square in the wake of the public rally in the morning of November 4, holding a banner reading “No Unity Possible. Russia’s Riches Held by Oligarchs, People Get Poorer.”
The police have not yet explained why the CPRF activist was detained in the first place.