"Appointed mistresses." Feygin told why Poklonskaya is not allowed to "fall all the way down" in Russia

"Appointed mistresses." Feygin told why Poklonskaya is not allowed to "fall all the way down" in Russia.
 Feygin called Poklonskaya a "fool" and believes that she got the position "because of her close relationship with a Russian official."
 The so-called "prosecutor" of Crimea, Natalia Poklonskaya, who helped the occupiers capture the peninsula in 2014, is allegedly in a "matrimonial relationship" with a high-ranking Russian official. And that is why she has not yet "fallen all the way down."
 This is the view expressed by Russian human rights activist Mark Feigin in a commentary to Obozrevatel.
 "She's a stuffed fool, this is a crazy person. I think she is in some kind of matrimonial relationship with some of the high officials who are roofing her, so they don't let her fall all the way down. While all the grounds for this have been repeatedly," said the lawyer.
 Feygin noted that Poklonskaya's appointment to a diplomatic job in the African island country of Cape Verde may seem like a reference. However, even such a position the collaborator may not have received. The human rights activist believes that this position was "bargained" for her.
 According to him, the specificity of Russia's human resources policy is that the responsible positions are appointed not on the principle of professionalism, but guided by other motives.
 "Some mistresses and lovers are appointed to the most responsible positions, such scandals are raging endlessly. And she's in the same line. There was no sense that this was a political decision, thank you for the "Crimean spring," Feigin said.
 The lawyer also pointed out that after her appointment Poklonskaya will receive diplomatic immunity. This is important for her, because the collaborator is convicted in Ukraine and is wanted. However, whether the credentials will be approved is still unknown.
 Earlier it was reported that Ukraine is working on the detention of former "prosecutor" of the illegally occupied Ukrainian Crimea Natalia Poklonskaya, whom Putin appointed as ambassadress to Cape Verde.

 Natalia Poklonskaya became Crimea's "prosecutor" in April 2014. In October 2018, the Prosecutor's Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea announced Poklonskaya's suspicion of violating the laws and customs of war.
 The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine also drew up her suspicion of illegally imprisoning political prisoners Oleg Sentsov, Gennady Afanasiev, Alexey Chirniy and Alexander Kolchenko.
 On April 9, 2021, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky imposed sanctions against former high-ranking officials and law enforcement traitors, in particular against Nataliya Poklonskaya.


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