Суд вынес приговор 18-летнему участнику протестов. Ему дали три года «химии», сообщает пресс-служба Генпрокуратуры.
Парень обвинялся в активное участие в групповых действиях, грубо нарушающих общественный порядок, сопряженных с явным неповиновением законным требованиям представителей власти и повлекших нарушение работы транспорта и предприятий.
В ночь с 23 на 24 сентября прошлого года на пересечении улицы Плеханова и проспекта Рокоссовского он принимал участие в акции протеста.
«Публично выкрикивал лозунги, совершал громкие хлопки руками, а затем совместно с иными гражданами вышел на проезжую часть и заблокировал движение транспорта, включая общественный. В результате действий обвиняемого произошла остановка транспорта. При этом на требования сотрудников милиции он не реагировал», — было заявлено в ходе судебного разбирательства.
Обвиняемый признал свою вину в полном объеме. Признал его виновным и суд. На основании ч.1 ст. 342 (организация или участие в действиях, грубо нарушающих общественный порядок) ему вынесли приговор — три года ограничения свободы с направлением в исправительное учреждение открытого типа («химии»).
Приговор в законную силу не вступил, может быть обжалован и опротестован в апелляционном порядке.
Barcelona have reportedly asked a host of major banks to delay debt repayments so that the club can avoid insolvency, in an alarming development for the club's supporters.
According to El Confidencial via Football Espana, the Catalonians have requested from Goldman Sachs, Allianz, Barings, Amundi and Prudential a dispensation for failing to financially comply, which points to a non payment of approximately £178m.
The LaLiga side reportedly have a negative working capital of £535m, with a further £89m owed to other lenders.
Barcelona announced during the 2019-20 season that it expected to be the first club to break the £1bn barrier for income in a single year in football, however that figure was blown off course by the coronavirus pandemic.
And last October, the club announced that the club's debts had doubled in worrying new financial results for the 2019-20 season.
Marca revealed that the club's debt had skyrocketed from £193m to £434m in the space of 12 months, from June 2019 to June 2020.
As a result, the club have made cuts to its first team squad in a bid to reduce the wage bill, with a reported £71m slashed from the books after the sales of Nelson Semedo, Arthur, Ivan Rakitic and Marc Cucurella.
There has been considerable turmoil at the club since last summer, in which Lionel Messi's feud with Josep Bartomeu exploded into the public domain with the Argentine looking to force his way out of the club.
The club hierarchy disputed the eligibility of a release clause in his contract and, in a bid to avoid a lengthly legal battle with the club, Messi opted to stay this season.
Bartomeu has since resigned as president, and interim president Carlos Tusquets revealed to Catalonian radio station RAC1 that the club have failed to pay players for their pre-agreed January salary.
Player wages have consumed most of the club's budget, with Tusquets previously revealing that the salary of the squad was at 70 per cent of the total budget available at the club.
Barcelona were set to elect a new president early this year but that has been delayed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The next president and his board will have to deal with the situation as a priority, with €420m of that debt owed in the next 12 months.
That is something the club cannot currently afford, and so a expensive restructuring of those debts will likely be needed, throwing the club into a further financial hole.
Сегодня, 21 января, в Гродно переменная облачность.
Утром в Гродно температура воздуха 0 °C. Ветер ЮЗ — 5−7 м/с, порывами до 10 м/с. Влажность составит 95%, давление — 755 мм рт. ст.
Днем температура воздуха +1 °C. Ветер ЮЗ — 5−7 м/с, порывами до 10 м/с. Влажность составит 95%, давление — 755 мм рт. ст.
Вечером температура воздуха 0 °C. Ветер Ю — 5−7 м/с, порывами до 10 м/с. Влажность составит 99%, давление — 754 мм рт. ст.
Хорошего дня, друзья!
She kicked off her 2021 in style with a lavish getaway to Dubai with pals.
And Kelsey Stratford, who landed back in the UK on Saturday, looked sensational as she shared a sizzling bikini snap from her time in the UAE on Thursday.
The TOWIE star, 20, showcased her incredible physique in a tiny multicoloured two-piece in the Instagram image, as she posed up a storm at her luxury resort.
Kelsey happily flaunted her taut midriff and slender pins in the bikini as she posed with her arms atop her head for the snap.
The reality star allowed her long brunette tresses to cascade over her shoulders in bouncy curls, while she upped the glam with a sleek make-up palette.
Captioning the sizzling snap, Kelsey penned: 'Where I belong.'
Kelsey recently revealed that she's gained some weight after enjoying 'all the food and drink' on the 'work trip'.
The reality star also explained how she's isolating for 10 days at her aunt's house to try and protect her disabled sister Kennedy, eight, from any Covid risk.
Taking to Instagram, Kelsey addressed a few questions which had been sent to her by fans.
Sharing a stunning snap from her time in the UAE, she penned: 'My Covid test came back negative but I still have to isolate for 10 days.
'I was working out in Dubai with brands which I can't announce just yet... But I also had a lot of work to do at home which is why I have come back.
'I have really missed my family too! Kennedy is doing really well ATM. I haven't gone home just yet until I know I 100 per cent haven't got anything that will harm her.
'So I'm staying at my aunts. Miss her sooooo much!'
The brunette beauty then addressed how her time indulging during the trip as meant she's put on a few extra pounds.
The Essex native travelled to Dubai before Tier 4 rules and the nationwide lockdown, which say travel should only be for essential reasons, were introduced.
It is not currently a requirement for travellers leaving Dubai for the UK to undergo a COVID-19 PCR test prior to arrival in Britain however this is set to change.
From Thursday, all travellers will have to provide a negative test before arriving in the UK to prevent the spread of new Covid variants. The results must be obtained less than 72 hours before departure, with £500 fines for those who flout the rules.
Kelsey's return to the UK comes after her father revealed that her sister, eight-year-old Kennedy, almost died from coronavirus after it 'impacted her whole body'.
Kennedy, who has genetic condition Spinal Muscular Atrophy, was released from hospital in November after battling the virus as well as sepsis.
And speaking over a month after the ordeal, Kelsey's dad Paul opened up about the youngster's horrifying ordeal, admitting the family 'didn't know if she was going to make it.'
The youngster was admitted to Great Ormond Street hospital in November, with the family fearing the worst as Kennedy fought Covid-19 and sepsis in intensive care.
It's said that Kennedy, who spent thee weeks in hospital, was one the first SMA type 1 patients to fall ill with the virus.
Paul told The Mirror: 'We didn't know if she was going to make it. She went through a torrid time, it literally impacted her whole body. It was awful to watch.
'The doctors told us they were changing the antibiotics they were giving her, and that it needed to work because there was nothing else they could do.'