Canada Alexei Navalny. The Council of Europe calls Russia to "immediately release" the opponent
Russia expected to outlaw opposition leader Navalny's groups
MOSCOW (AP) — A Moscow court is expected Wednesday to outlaw the organizations founded by Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny — part of authorities' efforts to muzzle critics ahead of a crucial parliamentary election in September. Prosecutors have asked the Moscow City Court to designate Navalny's Foundation for Fighting Corruption and his sprawling network of regional offices across Russia as extremist organizations. In conjunction with a new law, the ruling would bar people associated with the groups from running for public office, derailing the hopes of Navalny's allies of seeking parliamentary seats.
The Executive Instance of the Council of Europe Asked "urgently", Thursday, June 10, in Moscow to "immediately release" the Russian opponent Alexei Navalny, in the aftermath of the dismantling of his movement deemed "extremist" by a Moscow court.
The Council of Europe tries to put the pressure on thein the navalny file. "The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe (composed of 47 Member States) expressed its serious concern that today, remains in detention", has declared in a released statement this Thursday. He asked "urged" "release immediately" opponent.
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This committee, which ensures the execution of the decisions of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) by the Member States of the Council - shall also request Moscow to cancel the sentence of the enemy Kremlin's sworn in
The case called "Yves Rocher"The opponent had been sentenced in Russia in December 2014 to three and a half years in prison in this case for the diversion of 26 million rubles (at the time nearly € 360,000), at the expense of the Russian subsidiary of the French cosmetics society. His brother Oleg had been inflicting the same sentence, but firm, and the Council of Europe also asks Russia to cancel this conviction. "Arbitrary judicial decisions" ECHR
"had considered that the applicants had been sentenced for acts which were not distinguished from regular commercial activities, by arbitrary judicial decisions, unpredictable and manifestly unreasonable", recalls the Council. These decisions violated the "Principle" no crime or trouble no law "" and the "right to a fair trial" , he points out.
"On February 2, 2021, the suspended sentence of Mr. Alexei Navalny, pronounced as a result of arbitrary condemnation in this case, was converted into firm imprisonment," recalls again. The Russian penitentiary authorities accused him of having infringed the measures of his judicial review when he was convaled in Germany, after surviving an attempt to poison it imputed in Kremlin.Pan-European Organization Combining 47 Member States, the Council of Europe is set up in Strasbourg, the leaders of the diplomatics of its Member States or their representatives sitting within its Committee of Ministers.
Much work remains on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 Calls to Action .
Just over one fifth of the TRC’s Calls to Action have seen no real demonstrable action as requested by the commissioners in 2015. Among the Calls to Action that have seen no real public steps taken is one that is closely tied to the recent discovery of 215 unmarked graves at a former B.C. residential school: #75, which calls upon Ottawa to “develop and implement strategies and procedures for the ongoing identification, maintenance and protection of residential school cemeteries.