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U.S. congressmen vote for publication of report on Russia’s interference in 2016 elections

420 members of the Congress supported the resolution
10:16, 15 March 2019

The New York Times

U.S. Congress House of Representatives unanimously voted for the publication of the final report of the investigation of U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller on the Russian interference in the U.S. presidential elections in 2016. NBC News reported that on Friday.

“The resolution urges to publish report provided to the Justice Department by Mueller’s investigation, excluding the materials secured by state secret. The resolution urges to pass the full report to the U.S. Congress,” the message said.

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It is expected that the Senate, controlled by Republicans will not adopt the resolution.

Mueller’s investigation comes to the end and it is expected that the Special Counsel will publish his final report soon. Both Democrats and Republicans often express the hope that the report will enhance their positions.

As we reported Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, is sentenced to 7.5 years-long imprisonment, as a result of court hearings on his caseManafort has got approximately 47 months imprisonment from U.S. federal judge of Virginia State for fraudulence and tax evasion in the bank field last week.

Related: Spokeswoman for White House answers questions on Russia's interference in U.S. elections

Paul Manafort is charged with laundering money and evading taxes over ten years of cooperation with former Ukrainian leaders. Previously, an investigation team released over 300 documents, which reveal the details of Manafort's cooperation with the currently disbanded Party of Regions - the-then pro-presidential and ruling political force in Ukraine.

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