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Friday, March 23, 2018

Sergei Udaltsov told about the call to the Investigative Committee

Representatives of the Investigative Committee announced that it has summoned for questioning the oppositional politician, the leader of the “Left front” Sergei Udaltsov. According to him, official call, it has not yet been received, but nothing new to report to the investigating authorities will not be able and the current political activity to stop not intended.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

“Official call I have not received, – said Sergei Udaltsov “MK”. – In General, if again will be questioned on the events of 2012, nothing new to tell them I can not – it on the court.”

Recall that Udaltsov 9 August, was released from a penal colony where he was serving a sentence in the case “Anatomy of protest-2”. At the time, the TV channel NTV released footage of his talks with one of the “architects” of the “rose revolution”, Georgian politician Givi Targamadze. It was about a coup and possible scenarios of organizing mass riots. Udaltsov himself has not denied the meeting, but no joint plans with Targamadze, according to him, out of the question, and the video is a cheap forgery and provocation.

After the release of Udaltsov has resumed political activity. According to him, the challenge in the UK will not affect his work, as there is “nothing illegal.” In particular, he plans to “Federal campaign on the social problems of citizens (falling incomes, rising income inequality, hidden unemployment), actions in support of a broad Amnesty for prisoners and other activities”.


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