Gudkov said that the armed forces rejected his claim on the refusal in registration on elections of the mayor of Moscow


MOSCOW, August 3. /TASS/. The Supreme court rejected the claim of the former Deputy of the state Duma, Chairman of the party “Civil initiative” Dmitry Gudkov, which challenged the decision of Moscow election Committee about refusal in registration on elections of the mayor of Moscow. Now the politician intends to appeal to the constitutional court of the Russian Federation in connection with the legislative rule on the so-called municipal filter, he wrote on Friday on his page on Facebook (“Facebook”).

“The Supreme court as before the court today denied my claim on registration of the candidate in mayors of Moscow”, – said Gudkov.

According to him, the court reasoned the refusal by the fact that Gudkov did not collect the required for passing the “municipal filter” signatures of municipal deputies.

“Now, we, as planned, got to the last step in the constitutional court. The period of consideration in which year”, – said Gudkov.

He added that he sees his task is to “drop of poison “municipal filter” in the end, in principle, removing it from the legislation.”

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