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MOSCOW, January 10. /ITAR-TASS/. Anastasia Rybachenko, a female activist of Russia’s off-parliament opposition who was charged with offenses in connection with the May 6, 2012, riot on Bolotnaya Square in Moscow, has been exonerated of criminal charges in connection with the amnesty for individuals with minor offenses, which was declared last month in the light of the 20th anniversary since adoption of the incumbent Constitution.
Rybachenko, who has been hiding away from prosecution abroad, tweeted about it Saturday.
“Ive been amnestied,” she wrote.