Message from attorney General Barr to Congress outlining the findings of the report of spectracolor Muller
In Washington and new York rallies were held with a demand to publish the report of Muller
The number of protesters was approximately 450 people
Several hundred people gathered at the White house in Washington and times Square in new York city to participate in rallies organized by liberal human rights organizations that seek to publish the full version of the report by Robert Mueller on Russia’s role in the American presidential election of 2016.
Attorney General William Barr, who in late March received a report from Mueller, is going to publish an edited version of the document in mid-April.
However, Barr did not comply with the Democrats in the House of representatives to submit to the Congress the original version of the report until April 2.This was the occasion for meetings organised by the advocacy group MoveOn.
Shares did not become widespread: close to the White house sobralia about 250 people in new York city, the rally reached approximately 400 protesters.
A group of people in times Square chanting: “Publish a report, publish the report!”
The rally, held in Washington, called for Congressman Jerrold Nadler, Chairman of the Legal Committee of the house of representatives. On Wednesday, the Committee allowed Nadler to send the summons to the address of the public Prosecutor with the requirement to provide to Congress the full version of the report.