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Petersburg the Deputy demanded to condemn Milonov for extremism

Петербургский депутат потребовал осудить Милонова за экстремизмAccording to the Prosecutor, the notorious MP Milon “has managed to simultaneously humiliate the dignity of the Orthodox and the Jews.”

The Deputy of legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg Alexey Kovalev (“Fair Russia”) has directed the head of the RF IC Alexander Bastrykin statement with the requirement to involve a state Duma Deputy Vitaly Milonov to criminal prosecution under article 282 of the criminal code (“inciting hatred or hostility, and humiliation of human dignity”).

According to Kovaleva, February 12 in an interview after the procession around St. Isaac’s Cathedral Milon “has managed to simultaneously humiliate the dignity of the Orthodox and the Jews.”

In an interview with RIA Novosti, Milonov called divine service in St. Isaac’s Cathedral, which is still in use of the Museum, “the serf theatre, poteshalis for those who come here on tour buses.” According to Kovalev, so he “humiliated the dignity of the hundred members” of the Cathedral.

Inciting hatred on the grounds of origin, says Kovalev, contained in the words “Christians survived, despite the fact that the ancestors [of deputies of St. Petersburg legislative Assembly] Boris L. Vishnevsky and Maxim Lvovich Reznik cooked us in the boilers and gave at the mercy of the beasts”, which Milonov said in an interview with “My neighborhood” (these MPs are opposed to the St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Russian Orthodox Church).

The Deputy of the state Duma, the former Deputy of the Petersburg legislative Assembly Vitaly Milonov 12 Feb headed the procession, which passed near St. Isaac’s Cathedral. After that, the temple rally opponents of transmission of the Russian Orthodox Church; they spent around the building in a circle.

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