In Crimea, the Ukrainian activist and his wife’s mother are about to be fired from work after the search

In Crimea, the Ukrainian activist and his wife’s mother are about to be fired from work after the search

Ukrainian activist Andrei Vinogradov reported to the Crimean human rights group that after the search of the house where the couple live together with children and parents, he and his mother-in-law were offered to resign “voluntarily”. Andrey Vinogradov works in a private company “Platan”, which sells building materials. “When my management at work learned about the search, they immediately offered me to resign voluntarily. At work, I was told that they were raided by the Russian Federal Security Service in 2014, and then the work was paralyzed for two weeks. Now they (the company’s management, – Ed.), do not want to risk again, “- said the Ukrainian citizen. According to Vinogradov, the mother of Natalia Kharchenko (wife of Andrei Vinogradov – Ed.), which works as a chief accountant in oil and gas company is also about to be fired. “Today she was summoned and announced a condition. They explained that this is due to the company’s security measures,”- the activist reported. According to the Crimean citizen, the woman reported to co-workers about the search with the hope of sympathy. But she was immediately offered to resign. Andrey Vinogradov said that after the search in his home another family of Crimean citizens with pro-Ukrainian views received a phone call with threats of violence. “Even relatives of our friends in Ukraine received a call and were told that it is better for them (friends) to leave Crimea”, – said Andrey Vinogradov. According to Andrey, Natalia Kharchenko has a chronic disease, and she is currenty draws a disability. In this regard, to the family with two small children it is difficult to leave Crimea and go to mainland Ukraine. “My wife and I were leaving Crimea before and lived in Dnepr, but when Natalia became sick, it was even harder to pay for housing rental, and we returned home – in Simferopol,” – explained Andrey Vinogradov. Recall that on 12 January the officers of the Russian Federal Security Service raided the house of Andrei Vinogradov and Natalia Kharchenko, seized computer equipment, and the couple was taken away for questioning by the Russian Federal Security Service. According to the Crimean lawyer Edem Semedlyaev, pre-investigation check under Part. 2 Artcle. 280 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (extremism) is taking place against Natalia Kharchenko.

Crimean activist Kuku reported about the deterioration of health and psychological pressure

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The health condition of Crimean citizen Emir-Usein Kuku, who is contained in prison of Simferopol for nearly a year, got worth. This was reported to the Crimean human rights group by the defender’s wife Meryem Kuku. Meryem was able to see her husband and talk to him during a break in the last court hearing on 11 January, 2017 in “Supreme Court of Crimea”. “He (Emir Usein Kuku – Ed.) looks good, but health is getting worth, the tooth is broken, the another tooth is inflamed to a large flux, the knee is inflamed,” – said Meryem Kuku. Meryem said that her husband is not provided with the necessary medical care…

Political prisoners in Crimea are kept in inhumane conditions, – lawyer

Political prisoners in Crimea are kept in inhumane conditions, – lawyer

Prisoners complain about the overcrowding, poor sanitation, insect bites, lack of proper nutrition and medical care. Lawyer Emil Kurbedinov reported to Crimean human rights group about the conditions in Simferopol pre-detention centre were the citizens of Ukraine are being kept. According to him, the political prisoners, many of which are kept in detention for almost a year, do not have the opportunity to see their family members. Kurbedinov also said that the amount of detainees on cells is 2 times more than the amount of beds for them: “People sleep on beds in turn. If the cell has…

Crimean citizen Vadim Siruk faces new charges of attempting to overthrow the government in Russia – lawyer

Crimean citizen Vadim Siruk faces new charges of attempting to overthrow the government in Russia – lawyer

A lawyer involved in the case of “Hizb ut-Tahrir” Emil Kurbedinov reported to Crimean human rights group that his client soon will be charged under Article 278 of the Criminal Code of Russian Federation. “This information is official. It is received from the Russian Federal Security Service investigator Sergei Makhnev. He reported over the phone that on Tuesday Vadim Siruk will be charged according to the Article 278 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation “Violent capture of power or violent deduction of power.” Also my colleagues indicated that their clients on the “Yalta four” will be imputed to the same charges. ” Emil Kurbedinov said that charges for this article are from 12 to 20 years in prison. He added that he has not yet had an opportunity to review the text of the new charges. Recall that on 11 February, 2016 in the village of Krasnokamenka (Big Yalta), Russian security forces raided the house of Inver Bekirov and then arrested him on suspicion of having links with the “Hizb ut-Tahrir” organization. On the same day other three members of the so-called “Yalta Four” were detained: Emir Useinov Kuku, Muslim Aliyev and Vadim Siruk. At the moment, they are all in pre-detention centre in Simferopol; they are accused of participating in banned organization in Russia – “Hizb ut-Tahrir.”

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