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In Izhevsk the court fined 20-year-old man, who on his page on Instagram addressed to the head of Udmurtia Alexander Brechalov using profanity. This was reported by the press service of the judicial Department under the Supreme court of the Republic, reports “Interfax”.
The court found the young man guilty of petty hooliganism and sentenced him to a fine in the amount of 30 thousand rubles. The resolution noted that the publication of may 15, the man reported, which contained “a clear disrespect to the bodies exercising state power in the Russian Federation”. The accused in court were not. His lawyer said that he repented and apologized over the Internet.
In early June, a resident of the Buoy in the Kostroma region recorded a video in which he complained about the condition of roads in the city and called the mayor a jerk. The investigators considered responsible for the publication of the video by local blogger Vlad droujkova and called him to the police station to testify.
The law of lese society, authorities and the state symbols in the network, signed by President Vladimir Putin on 18 March, officially came into force at the end of March. For his performance meets the Prosecutor’s office in conjunction with the Roskomnadzor, which blocks access to the committed violation of resources on demand of the Department. Violators face fines of from 30 to 200 thousand roubles, or administrative arrest.
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