Protocols were drawn up against the defenders of the Basevich house. “Paper”

Police officers of the Petrogradsky district drew up protocols against four defenders of the Basevych house, who were picketing outside the building on October 14. About it reported publication “MR7” with reference to the text of the protocols and the telegram channel “SPb SOS demolition”.

The activists were accused of violating the procedure for holding a rally (part 2 of article 20.2 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation). They face a fine of up to 30,000 rubles or an administrative arrest of up to 10 days.

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An administrative protocol was also drawn up against the city defender Oleg Mukhin – earlier, according to his statement, the house of Basevich was recognized as material evidence in a case against officials of the committee for state control, use and protection of historical and cultural monuments.

What you need to know about the house of Basevich. “Paper” told details of the conflict around the house of Basevich. The building is planned to be used for the needs of the Boris Eifman Dance Academy and the Academic Ballet Theatre. The demolition was actively opposed by city defenders.

House of Basevich survived three fires in May 2021 and another in 2020. The activists linked the fires to an attempt to put pressure on those who are fighting to save the house, and sent statements about the crime to the Investigative Committee and the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for St. Petersburg.

In October, the Investigative Committee banned the demolition of Baseevich’s house and recognized the building as material evidence in a criminal case against KGIOP officials. According to investigators, they issued conclusions, according to which the historical buildings were not located on the territory of cultural heritage sites.

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