Monday, August 25, 2014

“Please stop the Sabbath”: Makarevich seeks protection Putin –

In an address to the Russian leader, the text of which appeared in the media, rock musician asks Putin to “stop the Sabbath, discrediting his name».

Andrei Makarevich : «The third week is not a constant stream of mud and slander, showering at me from the pages of newspapers and the TV screen. I am called a “friend of the junta,” “Nazi collaborators”, “traitor” ».

In a letter artist explains in detail because of what was in the center of a scandal, after which the MPs received proposals to deprive him of all state awards.

Andrei Makarevich : «The only” crime “that I’ve done, is that the city Sviatogorsk in the refugee camp of Donetsk and Lugansk to a charity I sang three songs for children of these refugees ».

Reporters noted that this letter Makarevich broke its own promise not to go more to the president, which he gave in December.

We add that the president’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov declined to comment on the situation with the artist. At the radio station “Echo of Moscow”, he stressed that “does not consider itself the right” to say anything about it, despite the fact that he “would like to say a lot».

Dmitry Peskov , the press secretary of the president of the Russian Federation: “As a response, the daily to the President published a considerable number of complaints from the lesser-known, more well-known and popularly loved ones. And, of course, expect that the President can respond to each of them, it is impossible, especially in such a tight agenda in which we now live. But, of course, all of these appeals are brought to the attention of the head of state ».

Concert, due to which the disgraced musician, held on August 12 in Ukrainian Sviatogorsk. Some publications reported that Makarevich addressed the security forces who are fighting against the militia in the south-east of the country. Thereafter, the State Duma deputy Yevgeny Fyodorov suggested depriving the group leader “Time Machine” honorary degrees and the Order “For Services to the Fatherland.” In response Makarevich has threatened to sue MPs for defamation.


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