Under the slogans "No to mobilization!", "No to war!", "Life to our children!" thousands of Russians took to the central squares of their cities
The declaration of the so-called partial mobilization has led Russians to take to the streets.According to the human rights media project OVD-Info, "the anti-war protest in Russia has not stopped since February 24: by September 21, we have counted 16,500 arrests, police officers have filed almost four thousand administrative reports, 245 people have become subjects of criminal cases. However, there have not been large mass actions for a long time. Putin's decision to mobilize put people back on the streets — rallies were held all day in many cities."
Photo: Vesna movement's Telegram channel https://t.me/vesna_democrat