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Saturday, February 24, 2018

Led by a classmate of Medvedev, the Fund has filed a lawsuit against Navalny

Led by a classmate of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev Ilya Yeliseyev, the Fund of support of socially important state projects (“Soccerproject”) filed a lawsuit against politician Alexei Navalny and his Fund of struggle against corruption.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

According to the RAPE, familiar with the claim, the Fund disputed claims made in the film FBK “He’s not Dimon.”

According to the plaintiff, given in “the information is false and discredits the business reputation of the Fund, as evidenced by the involvement of the Foundation to criminal acts”. We are talking about the transaction, Alisher Usmanov, and “Soccerproject”, in which Usmanov has already won the Bulk court.

After the process, however, “you do not Dimon” has not been deleted from the Network, as the decision was appealed, the review of which will be held in the Moscow city court on August 11.

Now “Soccerproject” insists on the denial contained in the film information on the transaction and demands to refute the words that does not conduct charitable activities, calling the information “false”.

Earlier, Elisha is already motivated by their desire to sue Navalny in an interview to “Kommersant” he said that “similarly, exactly one hundred years ago, such as the sissy, as I had already missed the Russia. I don’t want a repeat of this error”.

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“Usmanov recorded a video message to Bulk “would have Apologized and lived in peace””


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“Alisher Usmanov in the new video compared with Ball Bulk”



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