In Crimea, the activist was sentenced to a suspended sentence for publications on the social network

October 26, 2020

On Monday, October 26, the so-called Nakhimov District “Court” of Sevastopol sentenced activist Valeriy Bolshakov, accused of public calls to carry out extremist activities due to his publication via VK, to two and a half years suspended and banned from holding public office. This was reported by Crimea.Realities media agency.

“To impose a punishment in the form of imprisonment for a period of two years and six months with the deprivation of the right to occupy positions related to the exercise of the functions of a representative of the government, organizational, administrative and administrative powers for a period of 2 years and 6 months”,- the message said.

We remind on June 10, 2019, the so-called Nakhimov District "Court" of Sevastopol sentenced activist Valerii Bolshakov, accused of publicly calling for extremist activities due to his publication via VK criticizing the authorities and “calling for the establishment of the dictatorship of the proletariat” instead of the “Putin regime.” The man was sentenced to two and a half years of probation and a ban on holding public office. In August, the so-called Sevastopol City Court, when considering an appeal, overturned the earlier sentence to Bolshakov.