Navalny and other opposition leaders will pay the state more than 2.3 million rubles

Opposition leader Alexei Navalny and other organizers of the unsanctioned rallies, which were held in Moscow on 27 July and 3 August, will have to pay more than 2.3 million rubles. The corresponding decision was made Cheremushkinskaya court of Moscow on Wednesday, January 15, at the suit of the city Prosecutor’s office.

the Supervisory authority asked to compensate the state for costs that were spent on the salaries of employees of Regardie, fuel and lubricants for machinery used in the course of the meeting, reports “Interfax”. In addition, according to the plaintiffs, in the course of unauthorized actions brought additional forces and means of Regardie.

Alexei Navalny, Alexander Solovyov, Vladimir Milov, Ilya Yashin, Ivan Zhdanov and Oleg Stepanov collected 1 million 261 thousand roubles for the action which took place on 27 July. With love Sable and George Alborov collected 1 million 107 thousand rubles for the rally on August 3.

an Unsanctioned rally was held in the capital in support of the unregistered candidates for deputies of the Moscow city Duma. As a result of the meeting held on July 27, were detained over a thousand people.

Many of the protesters were fined, some sentenced to prison.