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According to the main Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the city of Moscow, the rally was attended by about 7-8 thousand people.
However, Anti-corruption Foundation said that the streets in Moscow gathered 25-30 thousand people, with no less than 150 thousand for the whole country.
Navalny referred to a decision of the Constitutional court and declared the event for being permitted.
Main Department of the Ministry of internal Affairs on its official website posted a message with a call to Moscow residents not to join the event.
Twenty minutes after the start of the protests in the centre of Moscow, Alexei Navalny was detained by the police and locked inside a patrol vehicle.
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