Refugees from Ukraine explain why they had registered in the human rights activist Tatiana Kotlyar’s apartment.
On Monday, November 9, a judge of section 15 of Magistrate court of Obninsk handed judgement in the case of human rights activist Tatiana Kotlyar. The court found her guilty of violating Articles 322.2 and 322.3 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (criminal liability for fictitious registration at the place of stay or at the place of residence of Russian Federation citizens or foreigners) and immediately granted amnesty. But Tatyana Kotlyar’s fight is not over: she wants to appeal the decision to a higher court.
Russian Ministry of Justice accused Human Rights Center Memorial in the facts that its members “were undermining foundations of constitutional order of Russian Rederation calling for overthrow of the current government and for change of political regime in the country”. We publish a statement of Aleksandr Cherkasov, a chairman of Human Rights Center Memorial.
On April 29 in Krasnodar territorial court appeal of a decision on order of the pre-trial detention of Mikhail Valentinovich Savva took place.
On February 13, 2013 at 3 pm by the Embassy of Azerbaijan picketing to support Azerbaijan human rights defender Gillal Mammedov will be held. To support the human rights defender his colleagues and companions-in-arm will come.