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UPD: 03/02/2015 More than 50 thousand people took part in the march in memory of Boris Nemtsov in Moscow. PHOTO
In Moscow, the thousands-strong march in memory of the murdered Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov ended. In total, over 50 thousand people gathered for the action, which lasted about four hours.
At the end of the march, law enforcement officers put up an iron fence near the place where the opposition politician was killed. It was here that tens of thousands of people brought flowers and portraits depicting Nemtsov.
The mourning procession was virtually without provocation. However, about 15 people were still detained at the rallies “Shame” at the rally, writes Rain. Among them was Ukrainian MP Aleksey Goncharenko. His phone and passport were taken from him.
UPD: 03/02/2015 The arrested Firtash freely walks around Vienna in company with a deputy from Oppoblok Papiev. A PHOTO
The disgraced Ukrainian oligarch, the owner of Group DF, Dmitry Firtash, yesterday afternoon, March 1, 2015, in the center of Vienna (Austria) met with the ex-chairman of the Chernivtsi Regional State Administration Mikhail Papiev and political consultant Vladimir Granovsky.
This was reported on Facebook by the People’s Deputy from the "Petro Poroshenko Bloc" (BPP) Sergey Leshchenko.
"On a walk". Vienna City Park this Sunday, March 1, 2015. In the photo: the oligarch Dmitry Firtash, who was arrested at the request of the FBI, the deputy from the Oppoblok, Mikhail Papiev and the political strategist, the author of the concept of “Three Grades of Ukrainians” Vladimir Granovsky. Well, the guards - where would they be without them, "it was informed.
As previously reported, the extradition of Firtash from Austria requires American justice.
However, this does not prevent him from maintaining close ties with the establishment of the Russian Federation and Great Britain. In particular, he is an exclusive partner of Gazprom and does not hide his close business relations with the Rotenberg brothers, who are called "Putin's friends."
At the same time, the businessman believes that his persecution by the United States is "politically motivated." The Americans insist on his close ties with international criminal authority Semen Mogilevich, acting under the patronage of the FSB.
UPD: 03/03/2015 Moscow police allowed Goncharenko to leave Russia: “There are no complaints against him”
The Moscow police have no complaints against the people's deputy Alexander Goncharenko ("Petro Poroshenko Bloc") and he can freely leave the territory of Russia.
This was reported in the press service of the capital’s headquarters of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, reports TASS.
“The Moscow police officially confirm that there are no complaints against Goncharenko through the internal affairs bodies. He can leave the territory of the Russian Federation whenever he wants,” the press service of the capital’s Interior Ministry head said.
According to the Russian agency, the police explained that "the deputy was given a preventive obligation to appear in court because he is a citizen of another country and could have left Russia."
"Meanwhile, additional time was required to evaluate the materials and decide on their procedural qualifications," the police said.
Recall that Alexey Goncharenko was detained on March 1 during a funeral procession in memory of Boris Nemtsov, who was killed on the night of February 28 on Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge in the center of the capital. In respect of him, a protocol was drawn up on an administrative offense under article 19.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses (Disobedience to the lawful demand of a police officer).
The State Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Moscow confirmed the fact of detention and reported that the detainee would be betrayed to the staff of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation "for further procedural actions." Lawyer Mark Feigin said that he was asked to take on the protection of the arrested deputy.