MOSCOW, July 6 - RAPSI. The Moscow Zamoskvoretsky District Court pushed back the date to July 19 for the consideration of the appeal by oppositionist and blogger Alexei Navalny, fined 1,000 rubles ($30.73) for non-subordination to police officers during the May 6 rally, Navalny's attorney Vadim Kobzev told the Russian Legal Information Agency on Friday.

He said that the postponement is connected with the court's intention to watch the video evidence submitted by the defense.

Mass opposition rallies began in Moscow on May 6.

Clashes with the police flared up during a procession across Moscow, which was approved by the authorities. Tens of people on both sides were injured. The police detained over 400 protesters.

Those detained also included the organizers of the March of Millions - Alexei Navalny, Sergei Udaltsov and politician Boris Nemtsov.