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Friday, December 9, 2016

Pamfilova condemned “the mummers trash” after the incident with Bulk


The head of the Central election Commission Ella Pamfilova said that the attacks “clowns” on his political opponents can lead to discrediting the institution of elections. A similar statement was made on the background of yesterday’s incident at the airport of Anapa, when the Cossacks attacked Alexei Navalny and employees of FBK, returning from a camping trip.


photo: Gennady Cherkasov

Pamfilova, as reported TASS, said that before the election campaign “increases aggressive behavior incomprehensible clowns” who “with the connivance of law enforcement bodies” to attack their political opponents, “do not hesitate no women, no children”.

According to the head of the CEC, such incidents are dangerous especially those that lead to “escalation of aggression” and legalize the use of “any kind of scum” of various political forces.

Here Pamfilova recalled that such “trash” including slings “women stuff”.

Read about “ragena trash” in Anapa.

Recall that in late April a group of bullies in a tunic doused the writer Lyudmila Ulitskaya green paint and smelling salts before the ceremony of awarding the laureates of all-Russian contest historical research work of high school students, organized by the “Memorial”.

Pamfilova added that such provocations — “this is playing with fire,” which “can undermine all our attempts to conduct honest, fair, normal elections”.

Recall that after the attacks of the Cossacks on the staff of FBC in hospital employee Foundation and presenter of the TV channel “Rain” Artyom Torchinsky. State Duma Deputy Dmitry Gudkov then personally brought the Deputy Minister of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Alexander Gorovoj a request to investigate the incident.

Read about the financing of the Cossacks from Anapa.

Today he also noted the statement Pamfilova, saying that “it’s only words, but from one of the authorities you such words the last time I heard,” and expressing hope that in the fall elections words are matched with deeds.

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