Alexey Minyaylo

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Alexey Andreevich Minyaylo (Russian: Алексей Андреевич Миняйло; born 5 February 1985, Moscow) is a Russian social entrepreneur and political activist. During the 2019 Moscow City Duma election he was a member of election team of Lyubov Sobol. Together with her, he went on a hunger strike in protest against non-admission to the election. On 2 August he was arrested on charges of participating in the riots on 27 July 2019.

Early life and education[edit]

Aleksey was born in a family of graduates from the History Department of Moscow State University, although his father had to go into the fire guards so that the family could live in Moscow. Minyailo is an Orthodox Christian and was an altar boy in the church of St. Tatiana on Mokhovaya Street.

He graduated from the History Department of Moscow State University as did his parents, but refused to stay there for graduate study. Later he studied at the IEDC-Bled School of Management and he was supposed to defend a dissertation in 2019.

He worked as an editor in a business magazine and as a business development manager in an advertising agency. He participated in the creation of an adaptation programs for children from orphanages. He also introduced project teaching methods in Russian higher education.[1][2][3]

2019 Moscow City Duma election and imprisonment[edit]

During the 2019 Moscow City Duma election he helped Lyubov Sobol to train signature collectors, and after she went on a hunger strike, joined her. On the night of August 1, the Investigative Committee of Russia came to him with a house-check, and then detained him. On 2 August, on the 20th day of the hunger strike, he was arrested for two months on charges of involvement in the mass riots. Lyubov Sobol considers the arrest of Minyaylo to be a pressure on herself.[4][5] The charge was brought only in part 2 of article 212 of the Criminal Code (3-8 years imprisonment). Minyailo pleaded not guilty and pointed out that he had been in court together with Sobol (she was detained before the announced rally) for almost the entire day of July 27 and was detained on the way to Trubnaya Square.[6] The leaders of several well-known Russian charitable foundations spoke in support of Minyaylo.[7]

On August 15, an appeal was pending in court. The court refused to replace imprisonment with house arrest or bail. In his last word, Minyaylo said that he decided to end the hunger strike, just as Sobol did.[8]

On 17 September dozens Orthodox priests signed a public petition in defense of prisoners in the "Moscow case". In this petition Minyaylo was especially mentioned as "the Orthodox person who is actively involved in social and charitable work."[9]

General references[edit]

  • Миняйло, Алексей. "Хватит выбрасывать деньги. Чем заменить неэффективные тимбилдинги". Forbes.ru (in Russian). Retrieved 5 August 2019.


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Директор по счастью". st-tatiana.ru (in Russian).
  2. ^ Миняйло, Алексей (6 April 2016). "«Нельзя к людям относиться, как к ресурсу». Алексей Миняйло о корпоративном волонтерстве". Филантроп. Электронный журнал о благотворительности. Retrieved 7 August 2019.
  3. ^ Гордиенко, Ирина (9 September 2019). "«До противного хороший»". Новая газета. Retrieved 9 September 2019.
  4. ^ "Павел Каныгин об аресте Алексея Миняйло". Russian Monitor (in Russian).
  5. ^ ""Он божий человек". Мама арестованного Алексея Миняйло - о его деле" (in Russian). August 2, 2019 – via www.bbc.com.
  6. ^ "Дело о московских выборах. Что мы знаем о первых обвиняемых в участии в «массовых беспорядках»". Медиазона (in Russian). Retrieved 7 August 2019.
  7. ^ Захваткина, Александра (5 August 2019). "Директор по счастью в СИЗО: что говорит общество об аресте Алексея Миняйло". Агентство социальной информации (in Russian). Retrieved 8 August 2019.
  8. ^ "Мосгорсуд оставил в СИЗО активиста Алексея Миняйло". Медиазона (in Russian). 15 August 2019. Retrieved 15 August 2019.
  9. ^ Открытое письмо священников в защиту заключенных по «московскому делу». Православие и мир (in Russian). Retrieved 18 September 2019.