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02 June 2010 - 10:47 pm - NatPress
the Source: ng.ru


Legal expert international organizations are anxious in relation to the condition of the civil society in hot spots of Russia

Vladimir Mukhin


Yesterday in Rostov-on-Don at the EU-Russia summit at which Russian president Dmitry Medvedev met the chairman of the European Council Herman van Rompei and the chairman of Eurocommission Jose Manuel Barrozu, the question (initiated by international legal expert organizations) of observance of the human rights in Northern Caucasus was not mentioned at all. As if expecting such situation, on the eve the PASS commission had published a draft resolution on Chechen Republic, Ingushetia and Dagestan which will be considered on June session of the organization. In the document impartial criticism of the situation in the named republics was stated.
In the report of the PAEC representative Dick Marty it was spoken that in Chechen Republic oppositionists and legal experts disappear, and the authorities continue to support “an atmosphere of fear and personification of the authority shocking at democracy”. In Ingushetia since 2009 a growth of violence could be seen, and in Dagestan there is increase of terrorist acts causing rigid reciprocal actions of the law enforcement bodies. The resolution could be more rigid, if representatives of the Russian Federation would not have interfered in the process of its preparation.

The assistant of the head of the delegation of Russian Federation in the PAEC, the first vice-president of the committee of the State Duma on international affairs Leonid Slutsky declared that at the session of the PAEC committee on legal issues the members of the Russian delegation managed to achieve compromise formulations on all the key questions. “The report is rather balanced and in such kind will be presented at June session in Strasbourg”, Slutsky noted, having added, that “cooperation with the PAEC yields its fruits. This time the report differs with the objective approach and absence of any black-and-white clichés and stereotypes”.

Such conclusion is denied by other organizations. Legal experts from the Human Rights Watch before opening of the next EU-Russia summit had made a statement, underlining their concern in relation to observance of the human rights in Northern Caucasus. “Legal experts and civil activists still become a target of attacks, pressure and intimidations for which nobody is made answerable … the European Union should explain to Moscow that conversations on reforms cost too little until those who make public committed infringements, would not be protected, and guilty of such infringements would not be punished. The statement of legality will demand changes in the real practice, and not just on papers”, - the director of the Moscow office of the organization Allison Gill considers.

The Human Rights Watch supposes that the Kremlin turned towards the legal experts. They emphasized that in May the head of the Russian Federation spoke: “Officials should cooperate with the civil society, or leave their posts for others”.

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