Crimean opposition activist Illia Bolshedvorov, whose house was searched by Russian security forces, is accused of illegally holding a picket due to the lack of water in the occupied Crimea. It is reported by the CrimeaDays media agency.
The activist said that he took part in single pickets, which were held near the buildings of the Russian parliament and the government of Crimea, but believes that the activists did not violate Russian law.
Let us remind you that on October 29, Russian security forces conducted searches in the homes of activist Illia Bolshedvorov and the chieftain of the so-called Crimean Cossacks Sergei Akimov in Simferopol. The men were taken to the so-called court.