MOSCOW, March 13 – RIA Novosti. A court in Moscow on March 17 will consider an administrative case after the arrests at the forum of the project of an NGO-foreign agent in Izmailovo against the municipal deputy of the Timiryazevsky district Yulia Galyamina, lawyer Dmitry Zakhvatov told RIA Novosti.
Earlier, on the website of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Moscow, a message appeared that after an attempt to hold an event with undesirable organizations in a hotel complex on Izmaylovskoye Shosse, about 200 people were delivered to the OVD, a check is underway. It is noted that representatives of the public organization tried to hold the event in violation of epidemiological norms.
At the end of December, the Tverskoy Court of Moscow found Galyamina guilty under Article 212.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Repeated violations during mass actions”) and sentenced him to two years probation. The decision entered into force.
“She was released with the obligation to appear in court on March 17,” the lawyer told RIA Novosti. The administrative case was opened under article 20.33 of the Administrative Code (carrying out the activities of an undesirable organization).
Most of the detained forum participants are released on an obligation to appear in court, Zakhvatov added.
Coordinator of the United Democrats (a project of the interregional public organization Open Petersburg *) Anastasia Burakova told RIA Novosti that on Saturday a forum organized by this project was held at the Izmailovo Delta Hotel, which was attended by municipal deputies from the regions of Russia to discuss the strategy for the next electoral cycle and share experience with each other.
Marina Litvinovich, a member of the Moscow POC, told RIA Novosti that Ilya Yashin, Yevgeny Roizman and Yulia Galyamina were detained in Moscow at a forum of municipal deputies. In addition, the chairman of the Boris Nemtsov Foundation, Vladimir Kara-Murza Jr., wrote on his Facebook page that he was in the paddy wagon. RIA Novosti does not yet have a police commentary.