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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Bridge Kadyrov challenged in court because of suspicions of corruption

Members of the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg Maxim Reznik, Boris Vishnevsky has declared intention to appeal against the Prosecutor’s office and signed by the city Governor Georgy Poltavchenko, the decision to name the bridge over the Duderhof canal in honor of Akhmat Kadyrov.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

The idea of the appeal has prompted politicians in Facebook the journalist Dmitry Ratnikov. He noted that “the authorities have provided an excellent opportunity” to reverse its decision, as “the decree signed on 15 June, although the term the anti-corruption expertise ends today.”

Read how the decision was made “Kadyrov bridge”.

Then Reznik told “Fontanka” that public discussion of the bridge came down to the fact that the first signed a decree about it, and then the government appealed to the deputies.

We will remind that yesterday in the legislative Assembly of the butcher turned off the microphone when he tried to discuss the name of the bridge. Today on the website Poltavchenko was published signed by the Governor a document of the new name.

Earlier, the name of the bridge was collected 90 thousand signatures, held a rally and raised a wave of public outrage, and near the bridge appeared graffiti portrait of the convicted for the murder of a woman in Chechnya, Colonel Yuri Budanov, later, after threats of Ramzan Kadyrov, who was killed in Moscow.

Read the explanation of the St. Petersburg authorities.

Currently in St. Petersburg awaiting the arrival of Ramzan Kadyrov, who should arrive at the international economic forum.

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