MOSCOW, July 19 - RAPSI. The Tverskoy District Court will hear both sides' arguments in the second case on the Manezh Square riots on July 25, the court told the Russian Legal Information Agency on Thursday.

The judge listened to the testimony of four suspects and postponed the hearings until July 25.

The judge said the court's investigation will finish by that time, and the court will hear the arguments in the case. The state prosecutor will also announce the punishment that he considers to be just.

Earlier, Nikolay Dvoynyakov, the first suspect in the case, pleaded not guilty of inciting mass riots and said he was alone on the square.Vladimir Kirpichnikov, the second suspect, refused to plead guilty of inciting riots and social hatred. He pleaded partially guilty of disorderly conduct and threatening to use force against law enforcement officers.

Two other suspects Vitaly Vasin and Grigory Bilchenko have been released on their own recognizance after partially pleading guilty of disorderly conduct, although they denied that they threatened the riot police officers on the square.

The prosecutor also mentioned the five individuals who were earlier convicted in the first criminal case over the riots on square.

According to the prosecution, the suspects in both cases committed nearly all the violations together.

According to the prosecution, as many as 5,000 football fans and nationalists caused public unrest on December 11, 2010 in Moscow after a rally to commemorate FC Spartak fan Yegor Sviridov, who was shot dead on December 6, 2010. Thirty-two people were injured in the riots.