Neverov: Maria Maksakova, lied about the citizenship, violated the law
MOSCOW, 16 Feb — RIA Novosti. Ex-Deputy of the state Duma Maria Maksakova, confessing in the presence of a second citizenship from childhood, and admitted that violated Russian law and lied when he was elected and became the Deputy of the state Duma of the sixth convocation, wrote the Secretary of the General Council EP Sergei Neverov on his page in Facebook.
Ex-Deputy of the state Duma Maria Maksakova in an interview with Russian edition of “Medusa” admitted that she already have a second citizenship, second — Germany, and from birth. She also said that she was forced to abandon it, even when Maria Maksakova was held at the State Duma of the previous convocation.
“Today in interviews she admitted that violated the Russian legislation, which prohibits State Duma deputies to be a citizen of another country. Admitted that she’s a liar. Because back in 2011 when I first was elected to the Duma, she vehemently argued that she has only Russian citizenship and there is no other that he wants to devote his life to serving Russia. Now we all know that her whole life is a false. Says that glad I gave up the second citizenship. That is glad that deceived people that broke the law”, — said Neverov statement Maksakova.
The MP added that “I am glad that the lists of deputies of the State Duma of the seventh convocation they are not.” “Traitors always do not like, and beautiful city Kiev is not an exception,” wrote the politician.
According to media reports, last year the ex-Deputy of the state Duma Denis Voronenkov, along with his wife, also ex-Deputy of the state Duma Maria Maksakova moved to Ukraine and received citizenship there. The press wrote that Voronenkov testified the Prosecutor General’s office of Ukraine against former President Viktor Yanukovych on charges of treason.