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The Novosibirsk prosecutor’s office has sent to court a criminal case against Russian ex-press minister Boris Mironov
The Novosibirsk prosecutor’s office has sent to court a criminal case against Russian ex-press minister Boris Mironov, who is accused of instigation of ethnic feud, the office’s official told ITAR-TASS on Tuesday. Mironov was detained in Moscow on December 11 and brought to Novosibirsk. He was taken in custody under a court warrant. Mironov does not admit of his guilt. He ran for Novosibirsk regional governor in 2003. During his election campaign, he published the newspapers “The First Siberian Front” and “The Second Siberian Front” with anti-Semitic calls. The Novosibirsk prosecutor’s office opened a criminal case in 2004, but Mironov could be taken to Novosibirsk only recently. His lawyers have appealed the local court’s issuing the arrest warrant. A date of a review of the appeal has not been set yet. “The case of Mironov is being investigated at present,” regional deputy prosecutor Natalia Markasova said. Mironov was dismissed from his post in 1994.
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