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Monday, April 24, 2017

Wolves filed a lawsuit against the Minister Abyzov for “criminal inaction”

Ally Alexei Navalny Leonid Volkov said that he was going to court with a demand to recognize the criminal inaction of the Minister for Open government Mikhail Abyzov, in two months, did not ensure the consideration of the petition from the site “Russian public initiative” on the abolition of the “Spring package”.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Volkov recalled that exactly two months ago initiated a petition to repeal the law that requires “organizers of information distribution” to provide storage of user data for six months, gained 100 thousand votes. This number, according to the law, is necessary for consideration of the initiative by an expert working group within two months.

However, Volkov writes, “consideration and was not”: “inactivity of officials violated the rights of all one hundred thousand signers of the petition, including my”.

The result of wolves and the lawyers of the Fund of struggle against corruption have prepared the statement of claim in court: “We promised not to release the pressure on the “Spring package” and will not” — he concluded.

Recall that while none of the gathered one hundred thousand head of initiatives for ROI has not been approved by the expert group. This fate, in particular, have suffered the sentence of Alexei Navalny in Russia ratify the 20th article of the UN Convention on illicit enrichment, which involves the removal of officials of the ownership, the origin of which they could not substantiate.

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