MOSCOW, February 24 – RIA Novosti. The Tverskoy Court of Moscow, in connection with the case of blocking transport communications during an unauthorized rally on January 23, elected a ban on certain actions for the activist of the unregistered Libertarian Party Gleb Maryasov, he cannot leave the house at night, the court press secretary Olga Bondareva told RIA Novosti.
“The court ruled: to select a preventive measure against G. Maryasov in the form of a ban on certain actions for a period of 1 month,” said the agency's interlocutor.
The court forbade Maryasov to leave his home from 20.00 to 8.00, communicate with the participants in the case, receive, send correspondence, negotiate using any means of communication, be in places of public events or participate in their holding.
Maryasov became the first person involved in a case initiated after an uncoordinated action on January 23 under Part 1 of Article 267 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation – on blocking transport communications. The activist faces punishment ranging from a fine to imprisonment for one year.
Uncoordinated protest actions took place on January 23 in different cities of Russia and continued on February 31 and February 2. The defendants in the case were detained on the eve of or after the first unsanctioned rallies.
Subsequently, law enforcement agencies opened several criminal cases, including on the blocking of roads (Article 267 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), violation of sanitary and epidemiological rules (Article 236 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), the use of violence against government officials (Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), hooliganism (Article 213 of the Criminal Code RF), damage to property (article 167 of the Criminal Code of the RF) and involvement of minors in the commission of unlawful acts (article 151.2 of the Criminal Code of the RF).