The Moscow city court upheld the refusal to accept the claim of the Bulk

© RIA Novosti / Vitaly to Belowaverage in photobacteria the Moscow city court. Archival photoThe Moscow city court upheld the refusal to accept the claim of the Bulk© RIA Novosti / Vitaly to Belowaverage the image Bank

The Moscow city court upheld the refusal to accept the claim of Alexei Navalny to the Russian President in connection with the failure of local authorities in coordinating multiple meetings, told RIA Novosti press-service of the court.

«The decision of the Tver court of Moscow about refusal in acceptance of the claim was left without changes», — said the press service.

The Tver court of Moscow called the claim Navalny to President attempt to interfere in its constitutional-legal activities and to violate the principle of separation of powers. The court noted that «the possibility of arbitrary implementation of the protection of electoral rights of citizens, rights to hold public events by presenting administrative claims directly to the President of the Russian Federation as the guarantor of the Constitution of the Russian Federation the law provides».

Earlier, the interior Ministry announced that public events scheduled Bulk, did not take place in a number of cities (Yakutsk, Kirov, Cheboksary, Petrozavodsk, Bryansk) because of their lack of opposition. However, as stated in the message of the interior Ministry, the organizers did not bother to inform about the rejection of the event or do it at the last moment, in connection with which the police and Regardie have to take security measures, leading to additional burden on the personnel and budget expenditures.

Public chamber member, lawyer Ilya Craft previously published data on the number of allowed Navalny rallies, showing that in the period from 15 September to early November most of the actions in 47 cities of Russia were agreed, but was not held because of the absence of the organizers: according to the counting of a lawyer, 177 agreed shares have 13 failures.

Craft sent requests to administrations of the cities, where they had held meetings, and examined data from open sources, as a result making a list of the regions in which Bulk freely agreed actions.

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