MOSCOW, December 12. Oleg Mitvol, dismissed the Chairman of the Central Council of the party “Alliance of greens and social Democrats”, appealed to court against the holding of an extraordinary party Congress, which opened in Moscow. Mitvol also filed a claim for reinstatement. He said this.
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“On December 17, Simonovsky court of Moscow will consider my claim on illegal convening of the Congress and for the restoration of the post of Chairman of the Central Council of the party. The Charter does not provide for the removal from office of the Chairman of the Central Council,” he says.
Mitvol is present at the Congress and intends to address the delegates.
He was removed from office on 25 November, on the eve of the extraordinary Congress. The press service of the party, said that “he had not engaged in party Affairs.”
“The Alliance of greens and social Democrats” was founded in January 2014 by renaming the party “green Alliance – people’s party”. In the updated composition of the party became “Social Democrats of Russia” Gennady Gudkov, “Freedom and justice”, “Bell” and “Party of free citizens”. The co-chairmen of the merged party “green Alliance and the social Democrats” Gleb Fetisov became and Gennady Gudkov, Chairman of the Central Council was unanimously elected as Oleg Mitvol. Soon, however, the party left several politicians, including Gudkova.
In early November, the information appeared about the resignation of former Senator and former owner of “My Bank” Gleb Fetisov, who from February 2014 was under arrest on charges of fraud, but at the end of August of this year was released.
The press service of the party reported earlier that today the Congress will elect new party leadership and decide the issue “on establishment of inter-party coalition, whose goal is the formation of a unified list of candidates with the party having the right to nominate candidates according to party lists without collecting signatures”.