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Friday, January 19, 2018

The court fined Navalny 300 thousand calls for a “campaign volunteer”

In Simonovsky district court of Moscow announced the decision on Alexei Navalny, having found him guilty of repeated violation of the rules of organizing mass events for a call to his supporters to go on “propaganda work day” on 8 and 9 July. Wait for the announcement of the opposition had to half past ten in the evening.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

As reported by press Secretary of the Bulk Kira Armys, the policy ultimately imposed a fine of 300 thousand rubles.

The fact that ether was not June 7, the court may not take into account, maybe, Navalny was released the day and he had time to RECORD LIVE

— Kira Armys (@Kira_Yarmysh) 3 Aug 2017

In announcing the decision, the judge noted that the Bulk on my channel called an event “20.18”. As such, the court found a mass campaign for the distribution of leaflets. Meanwhile, the politician in court, asked a policeman, who spoke as a witness: “Why the call to go to work day campaign is a call to rally?”

Oh, and my judge said of the beautiful: a hidden form of collective public events.

Alexey Navalny (@navalny) 3 Aug 2017

Earlier administrative protocols drawn up for the same calls for supporters to go on “campaign volunteer”, was fined the head of the Federal policy of staff Leonid Volkov and the head of the Moscow staff Nikolai Lyaskin. First fined 300 thousand rubles, the second — 250 thousand rubles.

Initially it was noted that all three faced up to 30 days in jail.

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