Journalists will let on today's meeting in the matter of Nikita Belykh in a pre-trial detention center "Matrosskaya Tishina"

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Journalists radio station "Ekho Moskvy", "Mediazona", periodical e-edition "Novaya gazeta" and Sayt Russkoy sluzhby BBC spent some hours on a pre-trial detention center through passage. The day before they submitted applications addressed to the judge Presnensky district court of Moscow Vasyuchenko Tatyana, the ex-governor considering case Kirov Region Nikita Belykh. Vasyuchenko Tatyana were expressed by readiness to allow journalists on process. And the chairman Presnensky district court of Moscow Olga Sergeeva sent the corresponding petition to Administration office Federal Penitentiary Service on Moscow region. However some hours in service of execution of punishments did not give the answer to statements of journalists, referring to their consideration by the management. Meanwhile at meeting from the very beginning there is a wife Nikita Belykh Belykh Catherina — in the petition it is specified as the wife of the defendant and not obliged to receive accreditation. Whether the today's admission of journalists on process is single, or they will be able to visit a pre-trial detention center on a constant basis, is not specified yet. Thus two witnesses today already interrogated without presence of representatives of mass media. Let's remind, on Tuesday correspondents of several editions could not get on formally public meeting in "Matrosskaya Tishina": the employee of bureau of admissions of a pre-trial detention center referred to that the chief of an insulator is at meeting. Thus official refusal it was not received.

Process in the matter of Nikita Belykh is transferred by

to "Matrosskaya Tishina" because of feeling sick of the ex-governor Kirov Region. Let's remind, him accuse of extortion and receiving bribes for the sum of 600 thousand euros.

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