The court fined the party rallies in Khabarovsk for disorderly conduct
The court in Khabarovsk fined 500 rubles for disorderly conduct active participant in the rallies in Khabarovsk Valentine Kvasina, previously fined 10 thousand for participation in an unsanctioned rally in support of the arrested ex-Governor Sergey Furgala, told RIA Novosti in the power structures.
A week ago, the activist told reporters at the rally that he had received notification from the police of the need to come to the Department. In addition, in social networks there was footage of his arrest during a scuffle on the porch of the regional government, almost immediately after the acting Governor Mikhail Degtyarev, after communicating with the people came into the building. According to the video, Kvashnin tried to call Degtyareva on the conversation, but he ignored it.
"Article 20.1 of the administrative code "petty hooliganism", the fine was 500 rubles, the minimum penalty for this offense," - said the Agency interlocutor.
As told reporters after the court hearing Kvashin, he did not agree with the fine and will appeal the decision.
"I believe that it is wrong. For what? I was sober, Mata was not anything bad I did, I didn't even resist when I was wringing his hands," the activist said in a video posted on social networks.
An unsanctioned rally held in Khabarovsk from July 11, after the arrest of the former head of the region Sergey Furgala. He was suspected of involvement in organized crime groups and custom-made murders of businessmen in the 2000-ies. Furgal is in custody in a Moscow jail Lefortovo. President Vladimir Putin took Furgala as Governor "in connection with loss of trust". Acting appointed Mikhail Degtyarev.
The region has a high alert, and public mass event is prohibited. In Khabarovsk, despite all preventive measures, recorded a massive increase in the number of infected COVID-19. To aid in the control of infection in the region of 26 doctors arrived from Moscow.