Maksakova said that he had not received notice of resignation from gnesinka
MOSCOW, 15 Feb — RIA Novosti. Ex-Deputy of the state Duma, the Opera singer Maria Maksakova said that he had not received formal notice of resignation from the Russian Academy of music Gnesin, but believes that technically it can be fired for absenteeism. She stated “Kommersant FM”.
The Academy informed RIA Novosti reported that Opera singer Maria Maksakova, who moved to Ukraine with her husband, former Deputy of the state Duma Denis by Voronenkova, is still a teacher at the Gnesin music school, but soon the question of her dismissal will be solved. While artistic Director of “Helikon-Opera” Dmitry Bertman told RIA news, that Maria Maksakova remains the invited soloist of the theatre.
“I statement did not write, learned about it from their students. The head of the Gnessin Academy traded professionalism for loyalty, but the children got to do with it? I’m no obstacles in order to continue to work, not seen. I had to scrap the willing. My work with students is a form of Christian virtue, because the money I (always) made his living by singing,” Maksakova said in an interview with “Kommersant FM”.
Maksakova also believes that from the point of view of the law it can come to Russia.
“For me there can be provocations, but from the point of view of the law I can come to Russia. Given a certain temperature around the perimeter… the Case against my husband fabricated from the first to the last letter, the same story, nonsense from beginning to end, he was not even familiar with these people. Am I a family member of an enemy nation? He no one is not running, why to file a missing person who is not hidden, it is situated in the centre of Kiev? I have residence permit in Ukraine, plans I live and enjoy life,” she said.
According to media reports, Boronenkov already received Ukrainian citizenship. On Wednesday, the Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko has confirmed that the former Deputy of the state Duma from the Communist party gave evidence in a criminal case of treason against former President Viktor Yanukovych.
Previously, the newspaper “Kommersant” reported that the TFR was charged in absentia charged Voronenkov, who is suspected in the organization of raider attacks in 2011, the building in the center of Moscow worth $ 5 million. Member of the Presidium and Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist party, Duma Deputy Yuri Afonin confirmed to RIA Novosti that the former MP will be expelled from the party, if confirmed information about obtaining citizenship of Ukraine.