Residents of Naberezhnye Chelny installed a headstone in the center of the city with the head’s of Russia “dates of life”.
The “funeral” of Vladimir Putin took place outside the building of the Investigative Committee, Activatica reports.
“Putin buried the free Internet — the residents of Naberezhnye Chelny buried Putin,” the telegram channel “Bessrochka | Chelny Info” reports.
March 10 saw rallies for free Internet take place in the Russian cities. Their participants are against the adoption of the law on the isolation of Russia from the international Internet.
Last December, a draft law was submitted to the State Duma of Russia, proposing to create a technical opportunity for the Russian network segment to operate autonomously from the rest of the Internet.