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The controversial former regions expelled from Russia: details

The former people’s Deputy from “Party of regions” Nikolay Levchenko was forced to flee Russia

About this on his page in Facebook wrote Ukrainian journalist with Pro-Russian views Alexander Chalenko, who fled to Russia after the revolution of Dignity.

“Nikolay Levchenko lives in Montenegro. On the coast, in the town of Herceg Novi. He had there, as I said, is real estate. Lives already somewhere in half a year”, — the journalist wrote.

He added that the ex-MP left Russia not in good faith.

“As I said, the reason for leaving was that he was asked to leave Russia, he then entered the conflict,” added Chalenko.

Note, in 2016, then one of the leaders of the militants “DNR” Alexander Khodakovsky said that the ex-regional Levchenko would undermine its own interests, the idea of so-called “Russian spring”. According to him, Levchenko proposed to take advantage of the situation in the Donbass, to “scare” the Ukrainian authorities.

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Recall the well-known Russian promoter and presenter Vladimir Solovyov openly humiliated ex-deputies “Party of regions”. Public insults leading caused the former regionals who came to his live.

The Russian transfer profit ex-MPs of the Rada from “Party of regions” Nikolay Levchenko, Olena Bondarenko and Volodymyr Oliynyk.

During the broadcast the presenter Nightingale rudely interrupted Levchenko words “I’m brad your a long time already listening!”. He then publicly accused the ex-regionals is that they were “miserable traitors to their homeland”, since it supposedly allowed “the Nazi revolution by voting for the removal of the legitimate President Yanukovych from power and brought to power Turchynov”.

We will remind, ex-the regional Nikolay Levchenko became a laughing stock on Russian TV.

As reported Politeka, a former MP from Yanukovych’s team has found a newer application, is to intimidate the Russians.

Politeka also wrote that near the estates of Minister Yanukovych began a tyranny, the government remained silent.

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