Local authorities passed a law limiting the opportunities for holding public events (rallies, campaigns, meetings, pickets) in the Russian-occupied Sevastopol, the source reported citing the press service of the city "Legislative Assembly".

One of the document paragraph requires the organizers of a campaign to install mobile toilets, if the event lasts more than three hours, as well as to adhere to fire safety rules.

”Organizers of public events should  provide mobile toilets in the case of a planned long time events (more than three hours) in accordance with statutory standards and rules as well as compliance with fire safety rules established by federal legislation and laws of the Sevastopol city”, the document reports.

The law also specifies areas where rallies are prohibited, they include railway stations, airports, ports, marinas grounds, as well as markets, shopping and entertainment centers, educational and medical institutions grounds.

Earlier QHA reported that on June 12 anti-corruption rallies were held across Russia, and more than 1600 people were detained at those rallies. In particular, more than 900 activists were detained in St. Petersburg.

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