The Germans posthumously condemned Luzhkov late

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www.vsyako.netBoris Nemtsov Photo: Ilya Pitalev / RIA Novosti

Opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was posthumously condemned former mayor of Moscow, Yuri Luzhkov late. Compensation was awarded Nemtsov Jeanne’s daughter, reports “Interfax” .

According to the materials of the case, in 2009, the politician Nemtsov and Vladimir Milov published a report on 17-year rule of the Moscow mayor and corruption in the city, “Luzhkov: results”. The former mayor said he will sue for libel.

According to the decision of the Zamoskvoretsky court of Nemtsov and Kommersant, which published the words of the policy that Luzhkov is a thief and corrupt, recovered 500 thousand rubles in favor of the former mayor, the decision confirmed the Moscow city court. In the summer of 2010 the Germans appealed in Strasbourg.

The decision of the European court of human rights (ECHR) States that the amount awarded Luzhkov, did not pursue a pressing social need and was not necessary in a democratic society. In addition, the court found that this affects the freedom of expression.

The successor policy Jeanne Nemcova was awarded compensation in the amount of EUR 12 994 and 7800 euros in damages.

Boris Nemtsov was shot dead on 27 February 2015, on the Big Moskvoretsky bridge. In January 2016, the Investigative Committee of Russia reported about solving the case. The executor of the murder, the investigation, was a Chechen Zaur Dadaev, he was sentenced to 20 years in prison. The customer of murder has not been installed.

Yuri Luzhkov died 10 December 2019 at the age of 83 in a hospital in Munich shortly after emergency heart surgery. He led the capital in 1992. In 2010, the decision of the then President Dmitry Medvedev Luzhkov was dismissed from his post “in connection with loss of trust”. In September of 2016 by President Vladimir Putin awarded him the order “For merits before Fatherland” IV degree.

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