Russian dissident leader Navalny was detained after he was released from prison
In Russia, opposition leader Alexei Navalny was taken into custody.
‘The alleged opposition to the laws of protest ‘ Navalny, last month in Moscow, was sentenced to 30 days in prison for the crime of unauthorized demonstrations.
His close friend Leonid Volkov, on Twitter, announced that Navalny was taken to the police station by security forces immediately after leaving prison in the capital city of Moscow.
Navalny’s goal is retirement reform
Navalny, 42, was banned from participating in the presidential elections in March, citing a criminal record, urging the Moscow administration to demonstrate the public for a change in retirement reform.
More than 800 people were detained in the protests throughout the country in early September.