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MOSCOW, March 5 (Itar-Tass) — Moscow’s Gagarinsky district justice court has sentenced to terms of from five to 12 days of administrative arrest three girls, citizens of Ukraine, who tried to stage an act of sabotage at a polling station, where Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin was to cast his vote, a spokeswoman for the court told Itar-Tass on Monday.
Irina Fomina, was sentenced to an administrative arrest for the term of five days; Anna Deda – to ten days of arrest; and Oksana Shachko – to 12 days of administrative arrest on charges of disorderly conduct. One of the three, Oksana Shachko, who was sentenced to the biggest term, has a previous record of administrative liability.
The girls got into polling station number 2079 and attempted an act of sabotage.