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" Evening Chelyabinsk " 08.12.94.

In the provincial court the board under the civil cases under chairmanship of V.Dolmatova has continued today consideration of the petition of the leader of a Conservative Party Lev Ubozhko on actions of district electoral commission (Chelyabinsk constituency № 74 at choices in Advice of Federation of Russia) and his request to recognize elections of May 15, 1994 invalid.

Yesterday item during 1,5 of hours stated itself Lev Ubozhko, repeatedly marking, that the laws should be respected by all without exception. In a manner, inherent in it, he attempted to prove, that the people are dull, before suppressed by an authority of gangsters - bolsheviks, and now finding under an authority of the laymans . Legal nihilism, in his opinion, has resulted in mass infringement of the legislation about choices. In particular, during choices of May 15 in area the conditions for mass stealings of elections were created: the reports were numbered, and quantity them nobody took into account, the propaganda kept and in ballot days 12, 13 and May 14, that in The central electoral commission the documents up to their assertion on meeting of district electoral commission were directed.

The chairman of district electoral commission S.Tolstobrova has declared to court the disagreement with the contents of the petition. Began interrogation of the witnesses.

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