KRASNOYARSK, September 12 – RIA News. The head of Buryatia, Alexei Tsydenov, announced massive stuffing and false information on the topic of the election of the mayor of Ulan-Ude and related actions.

In Ulan-Ude, mayoral elections were held on Sunday. The victory was won by the acting acting head of the city administration, Igor Shutenkov (self-nominated), who won 52.52% of the vote. In second place – the senator from the Irkutsk region Vyacheslav Markhaev (Communist Party) with 36.58%. On Monday, according to the press service of the Buryat Ombudsman, at a spontaneous rally on Council Square, protesters disagreed with the election results. As confirmed in the regional Ministry of Internal Affairs, two active participants in an unauthorized mass event were detained.

On Wednesday night, police reported the detention of another 17 people who had parked a bus in a pedestrian zone on Sovetov Square, resisted and used tear gas against police officers.

“There is a massive stuffing of false information on the network, which is immediately picked up and distributed. Moreover, well-wishers who have nothing to do with Buryatia and whose accounts on the networks appeared just a couple of months ago are actively helping. Buryatia and to the inhabitants of Ulan-Ude, they fulfill completely different tasks, "wrote Tsydenov on his page on the social network Facebook.

As examples, he cited the information that appeared that during the detention of the protester, the spine was allegedly broken and a concussion was found. Information about the police throwing a smoke bomb into the bus, he said, also turned out to be unreliable. Tsydenov added that the information about the detention of the pregnant woman is also untrue, and stressed that the initiators of the stuffing are misleading people and are calling for a direct violation of the law.

. (tagsToTranslate) Alexey Tsydenov (t) Russia (t) Buryatia (t) Ulan-Ude (t) incidents

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