The city authorities rejected the application of the former leader of the banned movement “Russian” Dmitry Demushkin, sent under house arrest, for the action of nationalists on 4 November in Lublin, told reporters his lawyer Oleg Kolesnikov. Refusal motivated by the arrest of the activist.

As stated by “Interfax” coordinator of the “Russian March” Ivan Beletsky, at the moment, the nationalists received waivers on three of the four applications, the answer for the fourth is expected on Friday. “We will file an appeal tomorrow in the Tver court” – he said.

The organizers of the October 28, intend to decide in what format to hold a “Russian March” in connection with the refusal of the city authorities and change the measure of restraint Demushkin, said Beletsky.

October 21, Presnensky court of Moscow was placed under house arrest of the detainee in Moscow the former leader of the banned in the Russian nationalist movement “Russian” Dmitry Demushkin.

In addition, the court found him several limitations. In particular, he is forbidden to leave and change without authorization the place of residence, to communicate with anyone other than close relatives, to send mail messages and to use any means of communication.

Thus, the court tightened Demushkin measure – informed nationalist was under house arrest in the criminal case on extremism. According to the investigation, from 2011 to 2013 he posted on his page in the social network article extremist.

In this regard, he is charged with committing a series of crimes under part 1 article 282 (“inciting hatred or hostility, and humiliation of human dignity”). In the same case Demushkin appointed psychiatric examination.

According to the nationalist, it is connected with desire of the authorities to prevent the rally in Moscow. Earlier Demushkin gave the same explanation you lock of his page in social network “Vkontakte”. “I used that on the eve of “Russian March” authorities close down my pages” – said the nationalist.

In January 2016 Demushkin was included in the list of persons involved in financing extremist activity. Informed extremist were recognized founded the movement “Russian” and “Slavic Union”, their activities in Russia were banned.



Moscow city hall denied permission to hold a “Russian March” in Lyublino 27.10.2016

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