Representatives of HRC to visit and inspect colonies and detention facilities in Karelia
The Human Rights Council (HRC) under the President of the Russian Federation will hold a three-day meeting in the region.
Representatives of the HRC will hold a meeting in Karelia from 8 to 10 February, upon which public figures will visit the colonies and detention facilities of the Republic. It is reported by the press service of the Council.
In addition, representatives of the HRC plans to explore a boarding school, an institution for the temporary detention of foreign nationals and meet with students of the Petrozavodsk State University. The mission is headed by Mikhail Fedotov, the Head of the HRC.
Recall that in the autumn of 2016 the media published a letter written by Ildar Dadin (Russia's first convicted under violations of the rules of the rallies), in which he filed for torture and abuse in prison in Karelia, where he was serving his sentence. Independent doctors, who examined the convict, did not find signs of his injuries, the investigators also said they had not found any evidence of the use of physical violence to Dadin.
Later it became known that after the check Dadin was transferred to a penal colony in the Altai region.
The reporter’s children Ilya Politkovsky and Vera Politkovskaya, her mother Raisa Mazepa and sister Elena Kudimova had filed a complaint with the ECHR against an ineffective investigation of their mother’s murder.
The girl is known in her homeland and the United States as a "defender of interests of law-abiding owners of civilian weapons," founder and member of the board of public organization called Right to Bear Arms.
On July 15, at the second half of France v Croatia, about the 52nd minute, three girls and a young man in police uniforms invaded the pitch of Luzhniki stadium. They rushed to the pool of players, interrupting the attack of the Croatian national team, and tried to hug football players.