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Russian Prosecutor General’s Office Won’t ‘Weaken Grip’ After Navalny’s Film

Russia’s Prosecutor General Yury Chaika gave an talk to a state-run Rossiiskaya Gazeta journal Tuesday and pronounced his bureau wouldn’t “weaken a grip” since of “information attacks” on it, referring to a inquisitive film expelled by Alexei Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK), that purported Chaika’s family was concerned in several bootleg activities.

“Those who are creation these information attacks wish that a Prosecutor General’s Office will break a hold … It won’t. We will not change a priorities of a work, no matter who tries to force us to do it,” he said.

Chaika combined that a bureau is now battling those who are perplexing to bleed “legal chaos” in a country. “Trust me, we have a precedence to face any challenges,” he said.

After FBK expelled a “Chaika” film, a Prosecutor General claimed that British-American financier Bill Browder and a U.S. tip services were behind a film and pronounced antithesis personality Navalny “played a common purpose in this story.”

Navalny has filed several lawsuits in opposite Moscow courts, accusing Chaika of defamation, though to no relief — so distant all of a courts have declined to routine a suits.

Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/555555.html

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