ECHR concerned about health of prisoner upon Oboronservice case
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) sent Russia inquiry for providing information on Yulia Rotanova.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) requested from Russia information on the state of health of the defendant in the case of Oboronservis Yulia Rotanova, who was sentenced in August, 2016 to six years of standard regime penal colony. Rotanova's lawyer Anna Savitskaya declared this to RBC.
According to the lawyer, she appealed to ECHR about the help as the condition of her client has sharply worsened - after a stage in January Rotanova was hospitalized, however, conditions in which the treatment underwent of former acting head of the subsidiary of Oboronservis “left much to be desired”, Savitskaya emphasized. Moreover, according to the last, she does not even know where is her client now.
To recall, Yulia Rotanova was the acting assistant to the CEO of the Oboronservice subsidiary, JSC Slavyanka. Except Rotanova, Aleksander Elkin, who held a position of the CEO of the enterprise, Nikolay Ryabykh, who is temporarily taking up a position of the chief of economic board of the Ministry of Defence, CEO of CJSC Bezopasnost i svyaz Andrey Lugansky were connected to the case.
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