Lawyer Teacher Poklonskaya threatened with deprivation of parliamentary immunity for the persecution of “Matilda”
The lawyer of film Director Alexey Uchitel, Konstantin Dobrynin sent a warning to state Duma Deputy Natalia Polonskaya, which said it launched its campaign against the release of the film “Matilda” may lead to involvement of the ex-the Prosecutor of the Crimea responsible up to the criminal, informs “Interfax”.
“We believe it appropriate to caution you from continuing the wrongful
antisocial behavior, in order to prevent more dangerous
offences, including the Commission of a crime”, – stated in the letter from the lawyer addressed to Poklonskaya.
The appeal Dobrynin noted that “the possible consequences for officials if these actions are not stopped, can include disciplinary, administrative, civil or criminal penalties, including removal from office”.
“We reserve the right in the case of committing such acts
take advantage of the right to demand observance of the constitutional principle
equality of all before the law and application to the mechanism
criminal repression as an extreme method of legal regulation,
entailing the deprivation of parliamentary immunity and bringing to
criminal liability,” warned Poklonskaya lawyer.
As explained Dobrynin, contact Polonskaya caution him made her last public statements, including on extremism, allegedly discovered in the actions of officials of the Ministry of culture of the Russian Federation, issuing the film a certificate for distribution, as well as sending numerous parliamentary inquiries with the requirement of carrying out all kinds of verifications against the makers of “Matilda”.
Blame Poklonskaya lawyer also puts the “misrepresentation of government agencies allegedly expert opinion about the movie,” “possible pressure on his former subordinate prosecutors Simferopol – ban trailers of the film in theaters and support a position regarding the need for a differentiated approach to the rule of law in different regions of Russia”.
In a letter to Dobrynin recalls that expressed publicly by an official of the intention to commit illegal actions, which can infringe the rights and freedoms of citizens, to serve as a justification for encroachments on the constitutional order, aimed at the incitement of hatred or enmity, refer to imminent illegal acts.
Earlier the lawyer of the Teachers had filed a complaint against Natalia Polonskaya in the name of the speaker of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin. In her Dobrynin asked to arrange a test in respect of actions ex-the Prosecutor of the Crimea against the film “Matilda”, which “may be seen violations of the rules of parliamentary ethics”.
The premiere of the film “Matilda” will take place on 6 October at the Mariinsky theatre in St. Petersburg. The film will be released on October 26. Last week the Ministry of culture gave the tape about the novel of the future Emperor Nicholas II and the ballerina Matilda Kschessinska, rental license, despite calls Poklonskaya and her companions not to do so.