Street racer Mara Bagdasaryan may be deprived of Russian citizenship
Such a proposal was made by social activists, who said the girl completely discredited herself.
Head of the federal project Trezvaya Rossiya (Sober Russia) Sultan Khamzayev said that the notorious street racer Mara Bagdasaryan should be deprived of citizenship, since she does not deserve to be called a Russian citizen.
He sent the proposal to deprive Bagdasaryan of citizenship to the Chairman of the Constitutional Court, Valery Zorkin.
It is to be recalled that the last time Bagdasaryan, who was deprived of her driving license was stopped at the wheel of a Mercedes last weekend, on July 7. Against the girl, a protocol for driving without a driver's license was drawn up, and her car was sent to a specialized parking lot.
In addition, Bagdasaryan is known for her numerous races with speeding and the story of “scorchers at Gelendwagen,” who were trying to ditch the traffic policemen.
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