Penza “Civil Control” ceases operation as legal entity
Penza, 11 August 2016. PenzaNews. Penza Regional Public Movement for Civil Society Development “Civil Control” registered as a NGO in June 2012, ceased its operation as a legal entity. This information appeared on the official website of the organization on Facebook on Thursday, August 11.
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The Facebook post contains an excerpt from the decision of the Leninsky district court of Penza, which satisfied the corresponding administrative claim of Russian Ministry of Justice in the region.
According to the court decision, the organization will be excluded from the unified state register of legal entities.
However, information about the “Civil Control” is available in it. According to them, the executive director of the movement is Tatiana Mikhailova.
Among the founders are nine people — the deputy chairman of the Penza region government Valery Bespalov, entrepreneurs Igor Zaydman, Anton Kupryushin, Nikolai Ovchinnikov, Victor Osipov, as well as Alexey Ponomarev, Anton Strunin, Mikhail Tereshin and Daria Trishina.
As PenzaNews reported earlier, on September 17, 2015 the executive director of the community foundation “Civil Union” Oleg Sharipkov suggested that the movement “Civil Control,” which at that time was undergoing the liquidation process, ceased to exist as its members lost enthusiasm.
According to him, its closure was brought on further by the ebb of political activity and the lack of resources.