: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Belov and the Government’s Ban of ‘the Russians’

A new milestone has passed in the trial of Alexander Belov, the outspoken former leader of the ultra-right Movement Against Illegal Immigration (DPNI) and a current member of the coordinating council for the Russian extreme nationalist opposition. The court completed its investigation, on September 8, and extended Belov’s house arrest for another year, until October 15, 2016. Belov is charged with violating articles of the Russian Criminal Code, specifically article 282 (incitement of national/ethnic hatred), article 280 (public incitement to extremist activity), article 282.1 (creation of an extremist organization), and article 174 (the legalization of funds obtained by criminal means). …read more

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