Travel ban lifted from Leu Marholin
10:35, — Politics
It was found out there are no grounds to impose a travel ban on the deputy head of the United Civil Party (UCP). However, he has been on the travel ban list for five months.
The news was told to Leu Marholin by a representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Maskouski district court on August 13. He also received an appropriate document.
“I am not sure I will not appear on the travel ban list later, but it is a rather pleasant event for today,” the UCP deputy chair said in an interview to ucpb.org.
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