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20 JUNE 2011 ELENA UKOLOVA: “THIS GOVERNMENT MUST GO!”. FOURTH DAY AT THE RED SQUARE

on the photo: Elena Ukolova at the Red Square, the action "This government must go!". 19.06.2011

As the mother of the kidnapped child Elena Ukolova said, that she was continued the civil campaign at the Red Square. As Elena Ukolova stressed, the action "This government must go!" at the Red Square took about one minute and was suppressed by Russian police near the official resident of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.

on the photo: Elena Ukolova and Russian Police
Elena Ukolova said, that she submitted the notification of Presidential Administration about her picket at the Red Square, but Russian police break off the poster “This government must go!” and put Elena Ukolova in the police car. Elena Ukolova was detained during 30 minute in the police office “Kitai-gorod” with the lawyer Evgeny Arkhipov.
Also Elena Ukolova reported, that the people at the Red Square supported her action “This government must go!” and the young people asked policemen, why they stopped my action and why the government determine the fate of people.

18 JUNE 2011 ELENA UKOLOVA "THIS GOVERNMENT MUST GO!". THIRD DAY AT THE RED SQUARE

on the photo: the policemen put Elena Ukolova in the police car. 18.06.2011, Red Square

As Elena Ukolova said, the third day at the Red Square in the framework of her civil campaign was differed from the previous days of the action. Elena Ukolova stressed, that the new requirements “This government must go!” called good reaction of the people around. Also, Elena Ukolova said, despite the fact that the action “This government must go!” in third day took about one minute and the policemen put her in the police car, she and her lawyer Evgeny Arkhipov achieved the agreement about terms of the picket for Elena Ukolova.

on the photo: the police office "Kitai-gorod" near the official resident of Russian President

The policemen V.Zuev told Elena Ukolova, that she may picket at the Red Square with the notification of Presidential Administration. Elena Ukolova was detained about 30 minute in the police office “Kitai-gorod” near official resident of Russian President.

on the photo: Elena Ukolova and Russian police at the Red Square. 18.06.2011, Moscow

18 JUNE 2011 ELENA UKOLOVA IS GOING TO THE RED SQUARE TODAY. BUT WITH THE NEW REQUIREMENTS

As Elena Ukolova said, she was ready for the provocations of the Russian authorities, and the actions of Russian police and the psychiatric survey were not a surprise for her. Elena Ukolova stressed, that she was waiting for adequate response from Russian authorities and was waiting for the searching of her son. So, Elena Ukolova is going to continue the civil campaign with the new requirements: "This government must go!"
Elena Ukolova considers, that this government must go, because the corruption corroded all levels of government, government cannot to solve the elementary problems, moreover, - underlines Elena - , we did not choose this government .
- Today's election - is a farce. The people should choose their government - concludes Elena Ukolova.
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18 JUNE 2011 ELENA UKOLOVA AT THE RED SQUARE: FROM QUESTION TO RUSSIAN AUTHORITIES TO PUNITIVE PSYCHIATRY

 

on the photo: Elena Ukolova and Russian Police at the Red Square 17.06.2011

on the photo: Elena Ukolova at the Red Square. Second day

17 JUNE 2011 ELENA UKOLOVA: «WHERE IS MY SON?». FIRST DAY AT THE RED SQUARE

on the photo: Elena Ukolova. "Where is my son?". First day

As the mother of the kidnapped child Elena Ukolova said, 16 June 2011 is the first day of civil campaign «Where is my son?» at the Red Square. Elena Ukolova stressed, that she asked to Russian Government only one question and also she said, that she is planning to continue civil action until her son will be returned to her. As Elena Ukolova reported, the first action took one minute, because the action was suppressed by Russian police. Elena Ukolova was detained at the Red Square one hundred meters from the official residence of Russian President.  Elena Ukolova followed at police office «Kitai-Gorod» near the Kremlin. Elena Ukolova was detained during 2 hours and then she was liberated.
As Elena Ukolova said, she is ready to continue the civil action at the Red Square tomorrow 07.00 PM.
Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights posts the video of the action.
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16 JUNE 2011 WHERE IS MY SON? – MOTHER’S QUESTION TO THE RUSSIAN AUTHORITIES AT THE RED SQUARE

As the mother of the kidnapped child Elena Ukolova said, that she is planning to start the open-ended civil campaign "Where is my child?" at the Red Square in Moscow. Elena Ukolova stressed, that her son was kidnapped in Moscow April 2010, and she does not have any information about fate of her 5 years old son.
Elena Ukolova is going to ask permanently the question "where is my son?" to Russian Government at the Red Square in Moscow since 16 June 2011 until her son will be returned to his mother. The action take place at 07.00 PM at the Red Square near Vasilevsky descent.
As the mother said, that her son is searched as a kidnapped person by the enforcement bodies without any results. 
Elena Ukolova considers, that Russian enforcement bodies do nothing to find her son, because of high corruption paralyzed all Russian authorities and who kidnapped her son has strong corruption influence among the enforcement bodies at high level.
The case of Elena Ukolova is under civil control of the Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights.
Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights posts the video message of Elena Ukolova.
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08 JUNE 2011 LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT AS A GUARANTEE OF THE FREEDOM FROM CORRUPTION

on the photo: the view of Matveevka village

01 JUNE 2011 THE CITIZENS OF BAHREIN ARE READY FOR TO FIGHT FOR FREEDOM

The Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights has got the letter from Bahrain civil activist, who has informed the Association about situation on human rights in his country. The activist has told about the peaceful rally for freedom which will be taken place the 01 of June in Bahrain.
The Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights recognizes rights to freedom assembly as  inalienable right of every human being and supports the active civil position of Bahrain people.
The Association issues the text of the letter of Bahrain civil activist.

Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing this letter as a Bahraini citizen who demands human rights organization and the European parliament and the white house to stand by my people against the criminal regime in Bahrain. I am also writing this letter to bring your attention to the peaceful protests proceeding and which will also take place on the 1st of June; a protest that will re-new the demands for freedom.
It is important that you shed light on the upcoming protests, since this time we are completely ready to sacrifice what most precious to us in order to achieve our legitimate demands. My people ask for liberty and social equality, and it is their right first as humans and second as citizens of this country to have both, and while you had clearly and publicly support freedom and democracy for all people, then it is your duty to help us.

16 MAY 2011 THEY ARE READY TO GIVE THEIR LIVES FOR FREEDOM

The Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights has got the addressing from civil activist from Bahrain. The civil activist informed the Association about the flagrant violations of human rights and freedoms in his country for last 2,5 months when Bahrain people have been fighting for democracy in their country.
The Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights condemn the activity of the Government of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia which suppress the  dissent, peaceful assembly, political competition and freedom. The Association reminds, that it does not matter such brutal and corrupt regimes, it does not matter nor how tyranny tries to keep its power, if the regime is not democratic and does not protect human rights and freedoms, it will inevitably collapse. The processes of democratic development are global and are the inevitable and certainly other totalitarian regimes will fall sooner or later.
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08 APRIL 2011 THE CIVIL FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION WAS EQUATED TO EXTREMISM BY THE RUSSIAN AUTHORITIES

As Marina Zlotnikov a member of the Coordination Council of the Russian People's Movement says, the Moscow Region authorities addressed the residents of Ramenskoye to ignore the rally against corruption and crime: the officials declared, that the civil action against corruption on 10 April is the extremist activity. Local official Sergey Khryapov 7 April 2011 in the evening air of television Ramenkoe TV announced this information to residents of Ramenskoye.
Marina Zlotnikova stress, that the authorities did not mention the title of the civil protest action, which they called as is an extremist, and also the officials threatened to everybody, who are planning to take part in the civil protest action on 10 April on the central square in Ramenskoye.
As a civil activists say, the protest action against corruption and crime will take plaсe in any case in 13.00 on 10  April 2011 on the central square in Ramenskoe city. The local activists consider, that the authorities video message demonstrates only the panic and the fear. The resident of Ramenskoye are going to gather on the central square in downtown of Ramenskoye  13.00 on 10 of April 2011 and to express own attitude to corruption and crime. Activists are reminding that the civil protest is a peaceful assembly of citizens for democratic goals.
Also, civil activists declared, that they are planning to rename the central square Komsomolskya in Ramenskoye to Square of Liberation.
The protest action will take plaсe in any case in 13.00 on 10  April 2011 on the central square in Ramenskoe.
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The authorities video message (7 April 2011 in the evening air of television Ramenkoe TV)

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