MOSCOW, December 28 - RAPSI. A Moscow district court has refused to order the St. Petersburg branch of the Federal Antimonopoly Service to uphold the complaint of renowned blogger Alexei Navalny about an auction for the operation of power supply systems, the court told the Russian Legal Information agency (RAPSI/

"The court has ruled that Navalny's claim be dismissed in full," the press secretary said.

She added that the plaintiff had sought to invalidate the rejection of his complaint about the auction and for the service to rectify the violations.

"Navalny stated that in August the official Russian government website published documents and a notice of an auction for a government contract to install and operate an uninterrupted power supply system. The claimant alleged that the documents contained violations and attempted to challenge the auction procedure through the antitrust watchdog," said the source.

She also said that Navalny had petitioned the service as a Sberbank shareholder, and since Sberbank was not one of the auction biddersthe court rejected his claim.

According to the press secretary Navalny has already appealed the dismissal.