Opera singer Maria Maksakova dismissed from the Metropolitan Academy of music Gnesin on Thursday, March 9, reported in the personnel Department.
“Maksakova today dismissed from attendance,” explained the University.
Maria Maksakova — wife of the former Deputy Communist Denis Boronenkov, which on February 15 was declared a Federal wanted list on charges of bribery. According to investigators, Boronenkov has been implicated in the raider seizure of private buildings carried out by group entities. the Event, which Voronenkov has been declared in Federal search, have occurred in the period from August 2010 to June 2011. In the message of Investigatory Committee it is argued that for the help in capture of the building, he received more than $1.2 million
Previously, the Agency “RIA Novosti” with reference to its sources in the Gnessin Institute reported that Maksakova absent from the workplace, and the work she performed for other teachers of the institution.
Herself an Opera singer then told “Kommersant” that the dismissal of her was not formally notified. She also suggested that it can be fired on the form “for absenteeism”.
Early Maksakova expelled from the party “United Russia” because of her dual citizenship. In his interview with “Medusa” Maksakova said that her “birth” a citizen of Germany. According to her, her father is a citizen of Germany, and she is half German.
Husband Maksakova Denis Boronenkov said in an interview with banned in Russia edition Censor.net.ua what is the citizenship of Ukraine. He also compared Russia to Nazi Germany and called the annexation of Crimea to Russia’s annexation.
Boronenkov went to the Ukraine after the defeat in the Duma elections, which took place in September 2016.
In late January, the newspaper “Kommersant” said that Ukraine Boronenkov testified against the ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, who is accused of treason. The publication notes that the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko was charged with Yanukovych after discussion with the Voronenkova.
Lutsenko later confirmed this information. According to him, the ex-Deputy from the Communists spoke about the letter of Yanukovych to Russian President Vladimir Putin, in which the former Ukrainian leader asked “to send troops to Ukraine”.
Later, February 14, Denis Boronenkov in an interview blocked in Russia to the Ukrainian edition Сensor.net has compared Russia with Nazi Germany and called the annexation of Crimea annexation. In addition, he spoke about obtaining Ukrainian citizenship in December last year. After that, the Communist party said that Boronenkov expelled from the party for “treason”.
In an interview with “Moskovsky Komsomolets” the reason for his departure, Boronenkov called “unfair” and “unlawful” prosecution. According to him, he was “not able to” fight “with a group of people on behalf of the state usurped the power and made the decisions to punish or pardon”. He also reported that his wife Maria Maksakova “well accepted” in Ukraine.
In his interview to “Kommersant” Maksakova said that she doesn’t have Ukrainian citizenship, but have a residence permit. According to her, she continues to sing and she has a tour schedule.