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ONK: Sergey Furgal does not know about the shares in his support

ONK: Sergey Furgal does not know about the shares in his support
Photo: khabkrai.ru

The arrested governor of the Khabarovsk Territory, Sergei Furgal, said he did not know about the actions in his support that the residents of the region hold. He told this to representatives of the capital’s Public Observation Commission (PMC).

As the RIA News referring to members of the PMC, Furgal has no connection, the TV does not work for him, so he does not know anything about rallies and rallies in his support.

According to Interfax, the governor complained of red allergic spots on his hands. According to Furgal, who has a medical background, this is a reaction to gloves, which can lead to anaphylactic shock. Now Furgal is in quarantine mode, it is kept in the cell alone.

After the detention of the governor in the Khabarovsk Territory, protests began. The first mass meeting in support of Furgal was held in Khabarovsk on July 11. Then the townspeople took to the main streets July 12 and held a rally, after which they returned to the regional government building in the evening. Slightly less massive performances took place on July 13 and 14, they are held in different settlements of the region.

Sergey Furgal detained July 9 on suspicion of assassination and murder organizations a number of entrepreneurs in 2004-2005. Other participants in the case gave evidence to the governor, they called him crime organizer.

By decision of the Basmanny Court of Furgal arrested for two months. His lawyers are already filed an appeal.

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