Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Chaika said the attempts of the “Right Sector” to commit a coup in Russia – RBC

Russian prosecutor General Yury Chaika

Photo: Mikhail Metzel / TASS

Prosecutor General of Russia Yuri Chaika, in a report prepared for the Council of the Federation, said that the proponents of the” Right sector “attempted organization of mass riots to commit coup d’etat in Russia

Supporters of radical Ukrainian movement “Right sector” (banned in Russia by the court) have attempted to organize the riots to commit a coup in Russia. This is stated in the report of the Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika, which on April 27, he will address the Council of Federation, reports “RIA Novosti».

«to block access to pages in the” VKontakte “social network through which supporters of Ukrainian nationalist groups “Right sector” attempted organization of mass riots and unauthorized public stocks with the aim of committing a coup in the Russian Federation “, – said in the report.

a spokesman for” Right sector “Artem Skoropadsky, commenting on the findings of the Prosecutor General, said that all accounts of the organization in Russia for a long time blocked. In a conversation with “Moscow speaking”, he stressed that “Right sector” did not prepare any shares in Russia.

In November 2014 the Supreme Court found “Right sector” extremist organization. A year ago, the Crimean division of the motion included in the list of terrorist organizations.

In 2015, the Russian blogger Konstantin Zharinov was convicted of repost in social networks “Right sector” propaganda material, which was distributed in “VKontakte” in March 2014. The blogger was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment with a probation period of two years and immediately amnestied.

In the summer of last year was sentenced to 2.5 years of creation of the colony “Russian sector of the right.” Maxim Kalinichenko suspected of public support for the action of the “Right sector».

In September, the Moscow City Court on the basis of the jury’s verdict was sentenced to seven years in prison Alexander Razumov, who was accused of inciting hatred or hostility, and mercenaries. According to investigators, Razumov, “driven by ideas of Nazism, he went to the territory of Ukraine”, where he “military and ideological training” in the ranks of “Right Sector” of the organization. After that, he returned to Russia, where he recruited new members into the ranks of the organization, stated TFR.


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