Limonov was fined 10 thousand rubles for participation in uncoordinated action “Anticapitalism-2017″ in Moscow
The Tver court of Moscow on 3 October fined 10 thousand rubles, leader of the unregistered party “the Other Russia” Eduard Limonov, who was detained during an unsanctioned rally “anti-capitalism-2017″ in Moscow on September 23, reports “Interfax”.
Limonov was found guilty of violating the rules for organizing rallies and
demonstrations under part 2 of article 20.2 of the administrative code (organizing or conducting a public event without filing in the prescribed manner notice of the meeting).
The leader “Other Russia” has not yet decided whether it will appeal the court’s decision. “I think, but, most likely, no,” – he said “Interfax”.
Limonov and coordinator of “Left front” Sergei Udaltsov, recently released after serving a sentence of the “Bolotnaya case”, was detained among dozens of other participants in an unsanctioned rally in downtown Moscow and taken to the police Department. After the Protocol of the leader “Other Russia” was released.
Udaltsov given five days of administrative arrest. The oppositionist appealed against this decision, but the court recognized it lawful. Udaltsov all five days of arrest was on hunger strike, he said this in his Facebookwhen he released.
Neither Udaltsov, nor Limonov did not admit their guilt. “I don’t deny that I went. I am a staunch socialist. I no slogans, no shouting. I have a weak voice,” – said Limonov during a court session on 3 October. According to him, he was not a speaker or organizer, and just planned to take part in the action “Anticapitalism-2017″.