On his Facebook page, State Duma deputy Dmitry Gudkov published the response to his appeal addressed to Sergey Naryshkin, Chairman of the State Duma, calling on to investigate the murder of Boris Nemtsov in the Parliament of Russia, the Joinfo.ua.
"The refusal is motivated by the usual phrase for all occasions: "Establishment of specific individuals guilty of committing a crime can not be the subject of a parliamentary investigation."
Translated into Russian, it means: "You will know only the truth we are allowed to tell you."
When the media is widely discussing the version of involvement of Russian state structures in the crime, the refusal to carry out a parliamentary investigation into the assassination of the politician of such a level only strengthens our suspicions.
To make the issue of holding a parliamentary investigation into the murder of Boris Nemtsov submitted to a meeting of the House, there must be collected the signatures of 90 deputies of the State Duma. The Communist Party faction (not counting United Russia, of course) has such an opportunity," Gudkov writes.