Former mayor of Poltava’s daughter detained in Kyiv for aiding United Russia election marketing campaign


The daughter of the previous mayor “Oleksandr Mamai” of Poltava was detained in Kyiv on fees of working for the election headquarters of United Russia. Representatives of the Safety Service of Ukraine (SBU) reported this on Tuesday, June 11, within the official Telegram channel.

Daughter of Poltava’s convicted ex-mayor charged with collaborating with Putin’s celebration, based on The Kyiv Unbiased.

As defined within the publication, the woman is accused of offering advertising companies to her firm in the course of the Russian elections in 2022 and 2023. The detainee’s title will not be talked about within the particular service report; nonetheless, based on New Voice of Ukraine, we’re speaking about Natalya Veretennikova, the daughter of the ex-mayor of Poltava Alexander Mamai.

The SBU claims that the detainee owns an promoting company in St. Petersburg. Amongst different initiatives, it participated within the PR marketing campaign of the United Russia celebration. Throughout her collaboration with the celebration’s “election headquarters,” Natalya allegedly acquired a revenue of greater than 35 million rubles.

A felony case has been opened in opposition to Veretennikova beneath the article “Collaboration Actions”. She faces as much as 12 years in jail.

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