In an appeal addressed to Russian Prosecutor General Igor Krasnov, which RT reviewed, the head of the Federal Project for Security and Anti-Corruption (FBPC) points to Nadezhdin’s anti-war calls and his criticism of the SVO.

The social activist believes that Nadezhdin, who is planning to nominate himself for the post of President of Russia, opposes the state’s course to suppress the propaganda of Nazism, extremism and LGBT ideology.

Borodin also points out in his address that Nadezhdin is supported by the liberal opposition that left the country, including Mikhail Khodorkovsky*. In addition, the address of the head of the FBPC provides facts of interaction between Nadezhdin’s headquarters and representatives of Navalny’s team**.

The social activist believes that in the person of Nadezhdin, the “liberals” are promoting a candidate who is ready to push the agenda of “Western curators” in Russia.

In connection with the stated facts, Borodin asks the Prosecutor General's Office to check Nadezhdin for receiving foreign funding and, if confirmed, to initiate the issue of recognizing the politician as a foreign agent.

Earlier, Vitaly Borodin sent an appeal to initiate a criminal case against the lead singer of the group “Puppies” Maxim Tesli for LGBT*** propaganda.

* Included in the register of individuals performing the functions of a foreign agent by decision of the Russian Ministry of Justice dated May 20, 2022.

** Alexey Anatolyevich Navalny is included in the register of individuals involved in terrorism and extremism.

*** LGBT organization is recognized as extremist, its activities are prohibited in Russia by decision of the Supreme Court of November 30, 2023.