Plaque politician Boris Nemtsov can be placed in the entrance of the house where he lived, and thus avoid the conflict. Such opinion on Wednesday, September 13, stated to “Interfax” a source in Moscow city hall.
In turn the Vice-mayor Leonid Pechatnikov said earlier the Agency that dismantled the SERB activists, a memorial sign was installed on the facade of the building is illegal. “There is a resolution of the city government regarding the installation of memorial plaques. Any plaque that hung in violation of the law will be dismantled,” he said.
Earlier, on 12 September, it was reported that activists of the SERB took appeared on the wall in the center of Moscow, where the Germans lived, a memorial plaque in his honor, and then took her to the police. Opposition leader Ilya Yashin said in response that has a spare plate and she will soon appear in the same place. Both sides accuse each other of vandalism.
Memorial on the facade of the house № 9 in St. Clement’s lane, opened on 7 September. It was created and hung on the wall by the decision of the owners of the house.
Boris Nemtsov was shot dead on 27 February 2015, on the Big Moskvoretsky bridge. On the spot where he died almost immediately there was a spontaneous memorial, which up to the present time protect the volunteers.