The oppositionist Leonid Razvozzhayev left the colony

Leonid Razvozzhayev

Opposition leader Leonid Razvozzhayev, who was convicted for organizing riots on the “March of millions” in Moscow in may of 2012, left the colony in Krasnoyarsk. On Friday, April 7, reports “Radio Freedom”.

According to Razvozzhayev, he now intends to improve their health. With further plans of opposition have not yet decided.

In the next two years Leonid Razvozzhayev will be under the supervision of law enforcement agencies, said “Radio Liberty”. In addition, he was prohibited from attending mass rallies.

In July 2014, Leonid Razvozzhayev, at that time assistant to the Deputy of the state Duma Ilya Ponomarev, as well as the coordinator of the “Left front” Sergei Udaltsov was recognized by the court guilty of organizing mass riots and sentenced to 4.5 years of imprisonment each. According to investigators, they became the initiators of the events on Bolotnaya square in may 2012, when coordinated with the authorities of the March and rally resulted in clashes with the police. Then, more than 400 demonstrators were arrested, injured dozens of people.