The Federal Penitentiary Service asked to extend the suspended sentence of Yulia Galyamina

The Federal Penitentiary Service has asked to extend the probation of the former municipal deputy Yulia Galyamina, Mediazona writes . The court registered the case on July 28.

On July 19, Galyamina was given a warning about a possible replacement of her probation with a real one.

In December 2020, Galyamina was sentenced to two years of probation under a criminal article for repeated violations of the procedure for organizing and participating in rallies. The prosecutor's office asked to send her to a colony for 3 years. The court also deprived Galyamin of the municipal mandate.

"Dadinskaya" article , according to which Galyamin is judged, appeared in 2014. It provides for criminal penalties for repeated violations of rallies, demonstrations, marches or pickets. The maximum term is five years.

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