Being prepared for a Maidan in Russia

Moscow is preparing for Maidan. More than 40 thousand men and a thousand artillery pieces in major Russian cities have been displayied to repel large-scale public events. And not to make the same mistakes of the Berkut in Ukraine. Meanwhile, a St. Petersburg court has put on trial Piotr Pavlensky.

He is an artist. He is the one who nailed his scrotum to the cobblestones of Red Square and has sewn his mouth to protest against the arrest of Pussy Riot. But its installation last February could cause him more pain than nails and needles. In February last year, Pavlensky set fire to a pile of tires in front of the Church of the Savior on Blood, St. Petersburg. The installation reproduced the Maidan Nezalezhnosti in Kiev in those days. Police arrested and charged him with vandalism, a crime punised up to 7 years in prison. The work of Pavlensky was called “Freedom”.


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