the Mayor of Khabarovsk Sergey Kravchuk commented on the mass protests in support of the arrested on suspicion in murder of the Governor of Khabarovsk territory Sergey Furgala. According to the mayor, members of those spontaneous demonstrations run the risk of catching coronavirus, reports portal DVHab.

Kravchuk has noticed that inhabitants of Khabarovsk there are legitimate ways through which you can “convey to the government their wishes”, and passing in the spontaneous rallies in support of Furgala, according to the mayor, “the foolish and destructive.”

“Such rallies in the city doesn’t need. They are illegal and detrimental to the health of all those who take part in them,” said the mayor. Kravchuk reminded that according to statistics one carrier of a coronavirus infects six or seven people in the crowd.

the press service of the city administration argue that some of the inhabitants complain of the action at night because of the noise people can not sleep. In the mayor’s office noted that on this issue they are working with law enforcement.

Over the past three days in Khabarovsk it has been several unauthorized rallies in support of Sergey Furgala. According to media reports, on Saturday the action was attended by about 35 thousand people, the police reported about 10-12 thousand participants.

Investigators arrested Sergey Furgala on the night of 9 July, on suspicion of attempted murder and murder of a number of entrepreneurs in 2004-2005 in the territory of the Khabarovsk territory and Amur region. The guilt, the Governor acknowledged.

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