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Mark Feygin stripped off his lawyer's status
22:38, 24 April 2018

Mark Feygin stripped off his lawyer's status

The human rights watcher expected such course events; the Russian Justice Ministry initiated a disciplinary case

22:38, 24 April 2018

AFP

Russian lawyer Mark Feygin is officially deprived of his lawyer's status. The famous human rights watcher posted this on Facebook.   

'The Lawyers Chamber of Moscow has just deprived me of the lawyer's status. The lawyers' institute, which has been holding on for a while, eventually perished', Feygin wrote.

Previously, in his interview with Radio Liberty, Feygin expected such course events; according to him, the Russian Justice Ministry initiated a disciplinary case, in which he is a suspect.  

Mark Feygin currently protects the interests of Roman Sushchenko, the Ukrainian reporter, illegally detained in Russia in September 2016. Previously, in 2015-2016, he defended Ukrainian MP, former Air Force pilot Nadiya Savchenko.

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