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Old October 12th 05, 01:05 AM
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Russian Authorities Close Down Cafe to Disrupt Meeting With Liberal Kasparov
Created: 11.10.2005 13:39 MSK (GMT +3), Updated: 13:39 MSK , 14 hours 22
minutes ago


MosNews



Fire safety inspectors in Russia's Siberian region of Kemerovo have closed
down the Davydov Tavern chosen as a venue for a news conference that was to
be held Tuesday by prominent liberal politician and former chess champion
Garry Kasparov.

Authorities said the tavern would be closed for five days pending a regular
examination by the local fire inspectorate, the Gazeta.Ru news website
reported.

Igor Panin, the owner of the tavern, reported that he had learned of the
decision on Tuesday morning from local journalists and Garry Kasparov. Panin
believes that by ordering the closure, the local government sought to
disrupt the meeting planned by the opposition leader.

Alexander Kosvintsev of the local branch of the Kasparov-led United Civil
Front said that finding a venue for the meeting had not been easy. The
meeting had had to be postponed several times, "due to the actions of the
authorities," he said.

The owner of the tavern explained that a day earlier the place was visited
by inspectors from the local administration, followed by the head of the
regional consumer market directorate Luisa Shishkina, who claimed the cafe
was subject to a regular check.

Tuesday saw the arrival of fire safety inspectors. "I was ordered to suspend
operations at the cafe because the entrance was fitted out with wooden
panels," Panin explained. Those panels have been in place for 20 years now
and nobody has ever complained about them before, he said.

Marina Litvinovich, a spokesperson for the United Civil Front, recalled that
it was not the first time that Kasparov had faced such problems. In May he
was not allowed to speak to students at a local technical university. The
meeting was held on the porch of the university building.



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Old October 12th 05, 01:51 AM
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Russian Authorities Close Down Cafe to Disrupt Meeting With Liberal
Kasparov
Created: 11.10.2005 13:39 MSK (GMT +3), Updated: 13:39 MSK , 14 hours 22
minutes ago


MosNews



Fire safety inspectors in Russia's Siberian region of Kemerovo have closed
down the Davydov Tavern chosen as a venue for a news conference that was
to be held Tuesday by prominent liberal politician and former chess
champion Garry Kasparov.

Authorities said the tavern would be closed for five days pending a
regular examination by the local fire inspectorate, the Gazeta.Ru news
website reported.

Igor Panin, the owner of the tavern, reported that he had learned of the
decision on Tuesday morning from local journalists and Garry Kasparov.
Panin believes that by ordering the closure, the local government sought
to disrupt the meeting planned by the opposition leader.

Alexander Kosvintsev of the local branch of the Kasparov-led United Civil
Front said that finding a venue for the meeting had not been easy. The
meeting had had to be postponed several times, "due to the actions of the
authorities," he said.

The owner of the tavern explained that a day earlier the place was visited
by inspectors from the local administration, followed by the head of the
regional consumer market directorate Luisa Shishkina, who claimed the cafe
was subject to a regular check.

Tuesday saw the arrival of fire safety inspectors. "I was ordered to
suspend operations at the cafe because the entrance was fitted out with
wooden panels," Panin explained. Those panels have been in place for 20
years now and nobody has ever complained about them before, he said.

Marina Litvinovich, a spokesperson for the United Civil Front, recalled
that it was not the first time that Kasparov had faced such problems. In
May he was not allowed to speak to students at a local technical
university. The meeting was held on the porch of the university building.





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Old October 12th 05, 02:41 AM
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Yeah right.

Goichberg closed down almost an entire state.

Hmmm. This seems like an old familiar pattern, doesn't it?

Never mind.


--
Tom Klem

La Caissa Nostra, that disgusting old gang of bigots and hate mongers.
Goichberg, ChessKlink (Donnie the Weasel), Spam Sloan, Eric the maggot,
"Killer" Hanken, Ferguson, Jarecki, bozo (even bozo?)



"Angelo DePalma" wrote in message
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That's Russia for you.



"Chess One" wrote in message
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Russian Authorities Close Down Cafe to Disrupt Meeting With Liberal
Kasparov
Created: 11.10.2005 13:39 MSK (GMT +3), Updated: 13:39 MSK , 14 hours 22
minutes ago


MosNews



Fire safety inspectors in Russia's Siberian region of Kemerovo have

closed
down the Davydov Tavern chosen as a venue for a news conference that was
to be held Tuesday by prominent liberal politician and former chess
champion Garry Kasparov.

Authorities said the tavern would be closed for five days pending a
regular examination by the local fire inspectorate, the Gazeta.Ru news
website reported.

Igor Panin, the owner of the tavern, reported that he had learned of the
decision on Tuesday morning from local journalists and Garry Kasparov.
Panin believes that by ordering the closure, the local government sought
to disrupt the meeting planned by the opposition leader.

Alexander Kosvintsev of the local branch of the Kasparov-led United

Civil
Front said that finding a venue for the meeting had not been easy. The
meeting had had to be postponed several times, "due to the actions of

the
authorities," he said.

The owner of the tavern explained that a day earlier the place was

visited
by inspectors from the local administration, followed by the head of the
regional consumer market directorate Luisa Shishkina, who claimed the

cafe
was subject to a regular check.

Tuesday saw the arrival of fire safety inspectors. "I was ordered to
suspend operations at the cafe because the entrance was fitted out with
wooden panels," Panin explained. Those panels have been in place for 20
years now and nobody has ever complained about them before, he said.

Marina Litvinovich, a spokesperson for the United Civil Front, recalled
that it was not the first time that Kasparov had faced such problems. In
May he was not allowed to speak to students at a local technical
university. The meeting was held on the porch of the university

building.







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Old October 12th 05, 05:21 AM
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Is Goichberg part of the Russian mafia? My oh my!

"Tom Klem" wrote in message
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Yeah right.

Goichberg closed down almost an entire state.

Hmmm. This seems like an old familiar pattern, doesn't it?

Never mind.


--
Tom Klem

La Caissa Nostra, that disgusting old gang of bigots and hate mongers.
Goichberg, ChessKlink (Donnie the Weasel), Spam Sloan, Eric the maggot,
"Killer" Hanken, Ferguson, Jarecki, bozo (even bozo?)



"Angelo DePalma" wrote in message
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That's Russia for you.



"Chess One" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
Russian Authorities Close Down Cafe to Disrupt Meeting With Liberal
Kasparov
Created: 11.10.2005 13:39 MSK (GMT +3), Updated: 13:39 MSK , 14 hours
22
minutes ago


MosNews



Fire safety inspectors in Russia's Siberian region of Kemerovo have

closed
down the Davydov Tavern chosen as a venue for a news conference that
was
to be held Tuesday by prominent liberal politician and former chess
champion Garry Kasparov.

Authorities said the tavern would be closed for five days pending a
regular examination by the local fire inspectorate, the Gazeta.Ru news
website reported.

Igor Panin, the owner of the tavern, reported that he had learned of
the
decision on Tuesday morning from local journalists and Garry Kasparov.
Panin believes that by ordering the closure, the local government
sought
to disrupt the meeting planned by the opposition leader.

Alexander Kosvintsev of the local branch of the Kasparov-led United

Civil
Front said that finding a venue for the meeting had not been easy. The
meeting had had to be postponed several times, "due to the actions of

the
authorities," he said.

The owner of the tavern explained that a day earlier the place was

visited
by inspectors from the local administration, followed by the head of
the
regional consumer market directorate Luisa Shishkina, who claimed the

cafe
was subject to a regular check.

Tuesday saw the arrival of fire safety inspectors. "I was ordered to
suspend operations at the cafe because the entrance was fitted out with
wooden panels," Panin explained. Those panels have been in place for 20
years now and nobody has ever complained about them before, he said.

Marina Litvinovich, a spokesperson for the United Civil Front, recalled
that it was not the first time that Kasparov had faced such problems.
In
May he was not allowed to speak to students at a local technical
university. The meeting was held on the porch of the university

building.









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Old October 12th 05, 06:04 AM
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Nope. He is part of the American Chess problem. I lovingly (sic) call them
La Caissa Nostra.

Tom Klem
"There is no mafia"
---J Edgar Hoover

"Angelo DePalma" wrote in message
...

Is Goichberg part of the Russian mafia? My oh my!

"Tom Klem" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
Yeah right.

Goichberg closed down almost an entire state.

Hmmm. This seems like an old familiar pattern, doesn't it?

Never mind.


--
Tom Klem

La Caissa Nostra, that disgusting old gang of bigots and hate mongers.
Goichberg, ChessKlink (Donnie the Weasel), Spam Sloan, Eric the maggot,
"Killer" Hanken, Ferguson, Jarecki, bozo (even bozo?)



"Angelo DePalma" wrote in message
...
That's Russia for you.



"Chess One" wrote in message
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Russian Authorities Close Down Cafe to Disrupt Meeting With Liberal
Kasparov
Created: 11.10.2005 13:39 MSK (GMT +3), Updated: 13:39 MSK , 14 hours
22
minutes ago


MosNews



Fire safety inspectors in Russia's Siberian region of Kemerovo have

closed
down the Davydov Tavern chosen as a venue for a news conference that
was
to be held Tuesday by prominent liberal politician and former chess
champion Garry Kasparov.

Authorities said the tavern would be closed for five days pending a
regular examination by the local fire inspectorate, the Gazeta.Ru

news
website reported.

Igor Panin, the owner of the tavern, reported that he had learned of
the
decision on Tuesday morning from local journalists and Garry

Kasparov.
Panin believes that by ordering the closure, the local government
sought
to disrupt the meeting planned by the opposition leader.

Alexander Kosvintsev of the local branch of the Kasparov-led United

Civil
Front said that finding a venue for the meeting had not been easy.

The
meeting had had to be postponed several times, "due to the actions of

the
authorities," he said.

The owner of the tavern explained that a day earlier the place was

visited
by inspectors from the local administration, followed by the head of
the
regional consumer market directorate Luisa Shishkina, who claimed the

cafe
was subject to a regular check.

Tuesday saw the arrival of fire safety inspectors. "I was ordered to
suspend operations at the cafe because the entrance was fitted out

with
wooden panels," Panin explained. Those panels have been in place for

20
years now and nobody has ever complained about them before, he said.

Marina Litvinovich, a spokesperson for the United Civil Front,

recalled
that it was not the first time that Kasparov had faced such problems.
In
May he was not allowed to speak to students at a local technical
university. The meeting was held on the porch of the university

building.













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Old October 14th 05, 01:18 PM
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Chess One wrote:
Tuesday saw the arrival of fire safety inspectors. "I was ordered to
suspend operations at the cafe because the entrance was fitted out
with wooden panels," Panin explained. Those panels have been in place
for 20 years now and nobody has ever complained about them before, he
said.


And therefore Kasparov should visit all such locals as to increase the level
of their services

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Old October 26th 05, 10:51 AM
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I just read the Kasparov-story in German magazine "focus"
and I'm wondering :

what are the bets, that Kasparov will replace Putin in 2008 ?

has he a real chance ?

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Old October 26th 05, 11:35 AM
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"guenter" wrote in message
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I just read the Kasparov-story in German magazine "focus"
and I'm wondering :

what are the bets, that Kasparov will replace Putin in 2008 ?

has he a real chance ?


No. If he seems popular he'll end up in a gulag. Then perhaps Iceland will
grant him citizenship.


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Old October 26th 05, 01:34 PM
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"Alan OBrien" wrote in message
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"guenter" wrote in message
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I just read the Kasparov-story in German magazine "focus"
and I'm wondering :

what are the bets, that Kasparov will replace Putin in 2008 ?

has he a real chance ?


No. If he seems popular he'll end up in a gulag. Then perhaps Iceland will
grant him citizenship.


I read a report at Mosnews last week which evaluated challenges to Pres.
Putin as perceived by Russians. Gary didn't even make it on that list. He
does appear sometimes as a political personality who wishes to liberalise
politics in Russia - but the reason for the articles are that he has been
assaulted, or suffered other affront. Phil


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"Alan OBrien" wrote in message
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"guenter" wrote in message
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I just read the Kasparov-story in German magazine "focus"
and I'm wondering :

what are the bets, that Kasparov will replace Putin in 2008 ?

has he a real chance ?


No. If he seems popular he'll end up in a gulag. Then perhaps Iceland
will grant him citizenship.


I read a report at Mosnews last week which evaluated challenges to Pres.
Putin as perceived by Russians. Gary didn't even make it on that list. He
does appear sometimes as a political personality who wishes to liberalise
politics in Russia - but the reason for the articles are that he has been
assaulted, or suffered other affront. Phil


George Weah is doing quite well in Liberia.


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