Opening ceremony of European Anti-Corruption Center «CLEAN HANDS WITHOUT BORDERS» held at the media center of the newspaper «Izvestia» February 18, 2009. The founding of European Anti-Corruption Center is urged by the seriousness of the financial crisis which creates favorable conditions for growth of corruption. Civil activists from Austria, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Russia and other European countries join forces in fighting corruption.

Prospects of the project were voiced by its manager Evgeny Arkhipov: «The main objectives of «CLEAN HANDS WITHOUT BORDERS» are: an analysis of complaints against corruption, help everyone in restoring his rights violated by corruption and address causes of corruption. European Anti-Corruption Center plans to work in the regime of «mobile office» which moves across Europe to provide its help on the ground ».
The striking examples of violations of human rights were presented at the press conference.
Semen Zelentsov is a prisoner stole allegedly the money of the company and murdered allegedly the person. Semen was illegally sentenced to 12 years in prison.  Despite the fact that during an investigation all defense requests were rejected, many important evidences were falsified, a victim was found a Director - staff member of the company. Namely the company’s money was stolen. For see more details -
Another example - a businessman Mikhail Alyanyh lost business due to corruption at law enforcement bodies of New Oskol district in Belgorod region Russia.

Open European Anti-Corruption Center 
CLEAN HANDS WITHOUT BORDERS is beginning its work

«16» February 2009 г. Moscow

Open European Anti-Corruption Center CLEAN HANDS WITHOUT BORDERS is beginning its work



Robert Kaminsky – a mayor of Svobodny had been under four falsified criminal cases. The mayor had been removed from office. He restored all his rights now;
Evgeny Tkachuk from Mytischi had been under falsified criminal case, He restored rights now;
Tamara Buylova – an entrepreneur from St. Petersburg had suffered extortion of bribes, her business had been under corruption pressure. She restored her rights. Her business is developing now;
Marat Musin – a businessman from Salavat his business had been under corruption pressure. He restored rights. His business is developing now;
Andrei Kuz'min – a businessman from Kazan his business had been under corruption pressure in Arbitrage. He restored rights.
Tatiana Vdovina from Saransk Her son was had been killed by youth group in Night club. Only one murderer was sentenced to 15 days of arrest. The sentence was quashed.
Boris Barelyuk – an entrepreneur from Moscow his business had been under corruption pressure. He restored rights. His business is developing now;

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