Table of contents:
- Beginning of journalism
- Publication of the Black CashierKremlin", a ban on entry into the Russian Federation
Natalia Grigoryevna Morar was born on January 12, 1984 in the city of Kotovsk, Moldavian SSR (now Khinchezhty). Today she is a well-known journalist and politician. She gained immense popularity as a political columnist for the Novoe Vremya magazine, the main opposition publication in Moldova. In 2007, she wrote a scandalous publication called "The Black Cash Office of the Kremlin", for which she was denied entry to the territory of the Russian Federation for 4 years.
Beginning of journalism
Natalia Morari began her first steps in 2002 after entering the Moscow State University at the Department of Sociology. In her third year, she became a member of the small non-partisan organization "Democratic Alternative" (abbreviated "YES!"). At the same time, she participated in the "Open Russia" as a coordinating figure in the "Public School of Politics", where since August 2006 she served as the press secretary of this party.
Publication of the Black CashierKremlin", a ban on entry into the Russian Federation
The main work, for which Natalia Morari was sanctioned, was written by a young journalist after she started working with the Novoye Vremya newspaper. In it, she described in detail the entire election system, as well as how the CEC works from the inside. According to her, the United Russia party won illegally.
After this publication, Natalia Morari went on a week-long business trip to Israel. She was no longer destined to return to Russia - upon arrival at Domodedovo, she was informed that she would not be able to visit this country for 4 years. However, she looked for ways to solve this problem, trying also to get permission through marriage. This also did not become a reason for obtaining Russian citizenship, since, due to the publication, she was accused of trying to overthrow the Constitutional power. On May 19, 2009, the official verdict was handed down, it was not subject to appeal. The case was closed.