The Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation blocked the account and groups on social networks with an audience of more than 10,000 people of the representative of the Kurgan branch of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, chairman of the Foundation for Public Control over the State of the Environment Sergei Eremin, who is known as the leader of the Antiuran movement. Mound”. Eremin himself told a URA.RU correspondent about this.
“They blocked my page and at the same time my groups “VKontakte” and “OK”, in them I had 10,000 and 6,000 subscribers, within a week everything was blocked. The reason for the blocking was stated by Odnoklassniki technical support that there are suspicions of Article 280 (public calls for extremist activities),” said Eremin. He believes that this was done at the instigation of local authorities, including due to the presence of content against uranium mining in the Zverinogolovsky district of the Kurgan region.
Also, when trying to visit the community and the page of a representative of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation on the social network VKontakte, information appears that the user [Сергей Еремин] and the group’s materials were blocked by the Prosecutor General’s Office in September and November. “These materials are blocked on the territory of the Russian Federation on the basis of the decision of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation dated September 20, 2023 No. 31.27.2023/Treb764-23 (Eremin’s profile) and dated November 2, 2023 No. 31.27.2023/Treb901-23 (Kurgan-Antiuran group ),” according to the website.
The editors of URA.RU sent a request on the topic to the information policy department of the Kurgan region. A response is awaited.
Members of the public organization “Antiuran” are confident that uranium mining will lead to a global environmental disaster, since a dangerous solution from the subsoil could end up in the Tobol River. Earlier, URA.RU wrote that Eremin and representatives of the anti-uranium movement have repeatedly tried to hold referendums on banning uranium mining in the Zverinogolovsky district. In their opinion, uranium mining can cause environmental damage to residents. At the same time, representatives of the mining company Dalur explained that this process is safe.
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