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Son of Yekaterinburg conscript fined for participating in 'The Way Home' protest

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Ivan Bukin, the son of a conscript from Yekaterinburg, told '7x7' on April 11 that he was fined for participating in a protest staged by the 'Put Domoy' ('The Way Home') movement.

The court has sentenced the 19-year-old Ivan Bukin to a fine of 15,000 rubles for participating in an unauthorized rally. This amount exceeds Bukin's survivor's pension, which is his primary source of income.

The young man was detained together with the members of the 'Put Domoy' movement, consisting of wives of conscripted soldiers, when they were laying carnations at a monument on February 10. The police released Bukin once they learned about his mobilized father, but still drew up an administrative report in March.

The 'Put Domoy' rally in Yekaterinburg had 20 attendees. The police drew up reports on Natalia Kazantseva and two activists of the youth faction of the Yabloko party, Elizaveta Kazantseva and Polina Bereskina. All of them were fined 15,000 rubles.

Since September 2023, the conscripts’ wives have been pressing the authorities to conduct rotation and abolish the 'legalized slavery,' i.e., mobilization. They created a Telegram channel titled 'Put Domoy' ('The Way Home') and posted a manifesto, urging a replacement for their loved ones at the front lines.

In November, women planned staging rallies across the country, but their attempts were interrupted by regional authorities and law enforcers.


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