In total 14 arrests over the decisions of administrative arrests, one person was detained in the criminal case.
More than 1,000 people were detained at anti-government protests across the country in what the Kremlin on Monday called a legitimate response to unauthorized rallies. "But they're even being denied the right to protests", Irina Akopenkova, 47, told AFP in Russia's second city.
Hundreds of people were arrested in Russian Federation on Sunday while participating in protests against pension reform.
Five people were arrested in Saint Petersburg, two in Moscow, 44 in the Siberian city of Omsk and dozens more in rallies elsewhere, OVD-info said mid-afternoon.
Protesters say the planned reform places a strain on families trying to plan for the future.
Supporters of Alexei Navalny, the leader of the liberal Russian Federation of the Future party, were quick to slam the US-based multinational company for what they described as a surrender in the face of illegal demands made by the administration of President Vladimir Putin, Efe news reported. Photos on social media indicated majority were attended by 100 or more protesters, but the crowd in St. Petersburg appeared to exceed 1,000.
The protests were a challenge to the authorities who were hoping for a high turnout at regional elections, also being held on Sunday, despite widespread anger over the pension move.
Elections will also be held for the governorships of another 25 of Russia's 85 regions.
In Moscow, however, authorities have implemented an aggressive get-out-the-vote campaign, including promises of free concert tickets to voters and setting up polling stations outside of the city to enable voters spending the summer at their dachas to participate.
"Putin and his government have plundered the budget for the past 18 years", Mr Navalny's team said in a pre-protest statement.
Sergei Sobyanin, the Kremlin-backed incumbent mayor who has run the capital since 2010, was expected to receive about 70 percent of the vote in the Moscow mayoral election.
Data from the World Bank in 2016 shoes that 43 percent of Russian men are not expected to reach the age of 65, with the average life expectancy for men in Russia sitting at 66 for men and 77 for women.
Although the ruling United Russia Party had a dominant showing, four Kremlin-backed gubernatorial candidates will face runoff votes because they failed to win the more than 50% required for an outright victory, according to results carried by local media outlets.