SyuzhetyAntipravitelstvennye performance in Moldavii21.04.2009Rassledovaniem disorder will goskomissiyaMoldavsky court released journalist Natalya Morar from house arrest. The charges in the organization of mass disturbances in Chisinau on 6-7 April, it is not removed, measure the journalist chosen to subscribe to house arrest, reported RIA Novosti with reference to the press service of the Prosecutor General's Office of Moldova.
Morar itself previously stated that participated in the organization of peaceful protests in Chisinau on April 6. At the same time, she denied involvement in the mass unrest, which began the next day. Then the crowd defeated the parliament building and the residence of the president.
Massive protests in Chisinau began after the announcement of the results of parliamentary elections, which defeated the Communists. The opposition felt that the election results were rigged and demanded a vote. Moldovan President Vladimir Voronin accused the rioters of Special neighboring Romania.
Journalism has become known after the FSB officers detained her in Domodedovo airport after returning from a business trip in Israel. On the same day she was deported from Russia to Armenia, Moldova.
Morar continued cooperation with the magazine The New Times to start mass protests in Moldova. When they sent a journalist on the job letter, which said it was suspending cooperation, explaining that the fact that its active participation in the political life of Moldova violates the Code of Ethics for journalists.