Campaign near Penza Ministry of Health featuring coffin regarded as disorderly conduct
Penza, 15 December 2017. PenzaNews. Administrative liability under Art. 20.1 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Russian Federation "Disorderly conduct" threatens two citizens in connection with the campaign the strangers in masks with the image of the minister of health of the Penza region Vladimir Stryuchkov conducted bringing a funeral wreath and a coffin to the ministry building in Nekrasova street.
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"At the moment, an administrative protocol is being drawn up against the two residents under Art. 20.1 of the Administrative Offences Code in police department No. 1," the press service of the regional department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs told PenzaNews.
The department added that this refers to persons involved in the disturbance of public order and normal functioning of the regional Ministry of Health without specifying their surnames.
At the same time, the press secretary of the regional Left Front department reported that one of the protocols had been drawn up against him.
"A protocol for disorderly conduct was drawn up against me for holding a direct impact campaign. I have been put in a cell until the morning. It is police department No. 1 in Nekrasova street," he wrote on his Facebook profile.
As it was reported before, on December 15 two people in masks with the image of the head of the Ministry of Health of the Penza region Vladimir Stryuchkov had brought a coffin and a funeral wreath to the building of the ministry in Nekrasova street.
A sheet of paper with the words "Medicine of the Penza region" was attached to the coffin covered with wine red cloth, and the inscription on the ribbon, which the wreath was decorated with, ran as follows: "To our medicine from the Left Front".
According to the press secretary of the regional Left Front department Sergei Padalkin, the campaign symbolized the death and funeral of medicine, which were caused by the optimization of the health care system.