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MOSCOW, March 14 (Itar-Tass) —— Anna Deda, another female activist of the Femen movement, which staged an unauthorized rally at a polling station, where Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin voted, was deported from Russia, the press service of the Federal Migration Service reported on Wednesday.
Three young women were detained on March 4 for the attempt at an act of sabotage at the Moscow polling station number 2079. Under the guise of journalists they penetrated in a polling station and were seeking to stage an act of sabotage. The police suppressed their action. The Justice of the Peace Court in the Gagarinsky District of Moscow sentenced Irina Fomina to an administrative arrest for five days, Anna Deda to ten days of arrest, Oksana Shachko to 12 days of arrest. All young women were found guilty of an administrative offence under Article 2.-1 Part 1 of the Russian Code for Administrative Offences for petty hooliganism. The young women are deported from Russia as soon as their term in arrest expires. On March 9, Irina Fomina was extradited from Russia.
“The Federal Migration Service controlled the fulfilment of the decision over the undesirable stay of Deda in Russia and the latter flied away to Ukraine from the Vnukovo airport,” the press service reported.