Vyacheslav Gaizer not allowed to see his children
December 2, the Basmanny Court of Moscow did not satisfy the complaint filed by former Head of Komi Republic Vyacheslav Gaizer against the investigation's refusal to allow the visit of his son and daughter, whom he had not seen since September 2015.
Vyacheslav Gaizer's lawyer Leontyev applied for permission of family visits, to which the prisoner is formally entitled under the law.
In reality, for the time spent in the detention center, the former head of Komi Republic has been allowed only one visit, from his mother.
However, the investigation felt it inappropriate to allow visits, since this "could negatively affect the progress and results of the preliminary investigation."
Let us recall that former Head of Komi Republic Vyacheslav Gaizer was arrested on September 20, 2015. He was charged with organizing OCC and abuse of authority. 14 more ex-deputies and businessmen from Komi were arrested in this case along with him.
The court appointed oppositionist Alexey Navalny 20-day arrest immediately after doing another term. During the hearing, he promised to respond to the director of Rosgvardiya after watching his challenge to a duel.
“Such things distract from holidays.” Federal Antimonopoly Service vs. Governor Boris Dubrovsky and his heir
A conflict between the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) and Governor Boris Dubrovsky is escalating in the Chelyabinsk region. The local FAS branch started wondering why most profitable governmental contracts are awarded to companies belonging to miraculously successful businessman Aleksander Dubrovsky. The federal FAS headquarters instituted a case against the Governor. In response, a large-scale smear company targeting the head of the regional FAS branch and involving the Federal Security Service (FSB) of the Russian Federation and law enforcement structures has been launched in the region. However, there are grounds for believing that the recent events in Chelyabinsk are just yet another episode in the ongoing war between the clans of Igor Sechin and Yuri Chaika. Would Boris Dubrovsky and his son fall victims to that confrontation? Or the business of the Governor’s son is going to continue flourishing on budget funds?
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