Vladimir Markin described information about receiving bribe by Belykh for construction of Chapel as an "original excuse"
The Investigative Committee representative, Vladimir Markin, has responded to the media in his "Twitter. He reacted on reports that the arrested Kirov Region Governor, Nikita Belykh, wanted to hand over money for the construction of the chapel.
“Very soon there will be a competition for the most original "excuse" ... ", Markin commented on the information released by the press in his microblog on Twitter.
Users immediately supported the idea of a contest, by publishing a number of mems in commentaries to a given post. Let’s remind that the day before RBC, quoting the representative of Vyatskaya Diocese, that a few days before the arrest, Nikita Belykh has received the blessing from the Vyatka and Slobodskoy Mark Metropolitans to build the chapel of the Matrona Blazennaya.
The agency noted that the construction of churches using cash donations is a common practice, whereas, building temples of a budget money, according to the current legislation, is prohibited.
Earlier in the late night program of Vladimir Solovyev, Vladimir Markin pointed out that the chances of acquittal are very low, due to the fact that the accused was caught red-handed and there are now justifications for official to receive cash.
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