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Regional Duma deputy fined for participating in a rally in Khabarovsk

Regional Duma deputy fined for participating in a rally in Khabarovsk
Photo: from Maxim Kukushkin's Facebook page

A deputy of the regional Duma was fined for participating in an unsanctioned rally on January 23 in Khabarovsk. The deputy from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Maxim Kukushkin must pay 150 thousand rubles.

As the Interfax with reference to the lawyer Kukushkin, within ten days they will appeal. On his social media page, MP Kukushkin previously reported that he was at the rally as a journalist for an independent newspaper. He was fined for repeated violation of the established order of the meeting. The Khabarovsk administration estimated the number of participants in the uncoordinated Saturday rally at 250 people.

The deputy of the Zakduma of the Khabarovsk Territory Maxim Kukushkin last summer submitted documents for registration as a candidate for election of the governor of the Jewish Autonomy... It was nominated by the regional branch of the Communist Party. However, he was not allowed before the elections - the candidate did not provide a full package of documents.

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