Elena Khakhaleva. Photo: http://судьироссии.рф

17 July 2017, 06:48

Wedding party of Krasnodar judge's daughter causes resonance in social networks

Users of social networks have been engaged in a broad discussion of the information reporting that Elena Khakhaleva, a judge of the Krasnodar   Regional Court, spent two million US dollars for her daughter's wedding party.

On his page in Instagram, Moscow advocate Sergei Zhorin has published a video record from the wedding party and called the holiday a "feast in time of plague."

"This wedding party for 2 million US dollars has shocked the KrasnodarTerritory. It is not just a feast in time of plague. It is a spit in your face!!! No. In all our faces!" writes Sergei Zhorin.

"This is all you need to know about the Krasnodar justice," he sums up.

The information about the wedding party for an Elena Khakhaleva's daughter has provoked a wide response in social networks.

"Whose money are these people, who are on the public service, spending so brazenly, openly, and shamelessly!? That is why they (the people in power) speak with all their strength against the ratification of Article 20 of the UN Convention against Corruption ...," writes user hnovckiy when commenting on the situation.

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

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