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"Apple" was suspected in a book extremism

May 31 2007
07:26

The Prosecutor's Office Western District of Krasnodar issued a warning to the local regional office of the Yabloko party, which, according to prosecutors, involved in the proliferation of books columnist and political analyst Andrei Piontkovsky "Unloved Country," and "For the Motherland! For Abramovich!" Fire! ".

The checks "linguistic studies found that the books are statements that contain calls to the implementation of hostile or violent acts against persons who have a certain social status of any nationality, as well as statements containing propaganda of the inferiority of citizens of any nationality, and saying derogatory nature in relation to persons of any nationality. Functional and emotional orientation materials - an incentive that contains calls to certain actions (including violent), the procuracy.

In this regard, relying on the law "On Countering Extremist Activities", the prosecution warned the party about the inadmissibility of the activity and requires a period of two months "to eliminate the violations and to report to the prosecutor. Otherwise, as well as in the case of detection of new evidence about the presence of signs of extremism, regional office of the party subject to liquidation, and activities - a ban. "

Recall that Andrei Piontkovsky is part of the initiative group nominating a candidate for president of Russia in 2008, the famous Soviet dissident and former political prisoner Vladimir Bukovsky, a permanent resident in England. Bukovsky, a former head of the Central Gerashchenko expressed a claim to the status of the single opposition candidate "and demanded support for the opposition coalition The Other Russia." In this case, observers have noted Bukovsky connection with infamous oligarch Boris Berezovsky.

As follows from its London statement, "recalcitrant businessmen sent to hard labor, for the sake of self KGB authorities destroyed a small Caucasian nation, political assassination has become the norm." The last remark of Vladimir Bukovsky, most likely, should not be regarded as a simple punch. In London, Bukowski became widely known as a close friend of Litvinenko. Together with Boris Berezovsky Bukovsky most actively promoted in the local press the need for Europe to condemn Russia for a political assassination. " Relationship with the fugitive oligarch Vladimir Bukovsky, according to observers, may be the simplest explanation of unexpected advances. Berezovsky has repeatedly stated that it intends to intervene in the electoral process, and hinted at a desire to destabilize the situation inside the country, writes "RBC Daily" .

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