In Moscow, the municipal deputy Dmitry Baranovsky was sentenced to 1.5 years of restriction of freedom in the framework of the “sanitary case”. About it informs the politician’s lawyer Alexei Vasiliev, cooperating with OVD-Info.
The decision was made by the Preobrazhensky District Court, which found Baranovsky guilty under Part 1 of Art. 236 of the Criminal Code with the application of Part 4 of Art. 33 of the Criminal Code (incitement to violation of sanitary and epidemiological standards). The deputy was forbidden to leave the house at night, change his place of residence without warning, attend mass events, and also leave the Moscow region, transfers “Rain”.
Formerly prosecutor asked to appoint the deputy is one year and ten months of restriction of freedom.
The “sanitary case” was initiated after the all-Russian actions on January 23 in support of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. According to the Moscow authorities, the rally in the capital was attended by 20 people under the supervision of the Social Monitoring system due to infection or contact with patients with COVID-19.
The charges were brought against those who, according to the investigation, called for participation in the protests, as well as Dani Akel, who, allegedly having responded to these calls, came to the rally, although he was sick with coronavirus.
11 oppositionists were involved in the case, but later from the municipal deputy Konstantin Yankauskas dropped the charge… Dani Akel has already been sentenced, Love Sable, Back Yarmysh, Nikolay Lyaskin, Oleg Navalny, Oleg Stepanov and Luce Stein.
Another “sanitary case” was opened in Nizhny Novgorod.
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