Dmitry Gudkov, Dmitry Nekrasov and Alexander Solovyov left the party "Civil initiative" ("Party of change").
Hooters back in March 2020 reported that he and his team intend to withdraw from the "Civil initiative" to start the preparations for the elections to the state Duma in single-mandate constituencies.
According to the newspaper, Ksenia Sobchak, who was nominated by the party for presidential elections in 2018, was a member of the Board "Civil initiative".
Earlier NEWS.ru wrote that in January 2020, the Supreme court issued a decision suspending for three months the activities of the party of opposition leader Dmitry Gudkov "Civil initiative". A lawsuit in BC was filed by the Ministry of justice. According to the results of the audit, which was carried out by the office in 2018, the party twice issued warnings about the violations. The claims were associated with the Charter of the organization.