The new political movement “Russian People’s Movement” will be presented at the meeting of supporters and members of the new Russian political movement 20 November 2010 in Moscow.
The assembly of members and founders of the new movement will start at 11.00 AM in conference center “Extropolis Red Rose”.
Evgeny Arkhipov, The Chairman of the Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights, Marina Zlotnikova, civil activist, Dmitry Firsov an expert-Russian Anti-Corruption Civil Center CLEAN HANDS will open and conduct  the meeting, also the participants will declared the aims, goals and program of Russian People’s Movement.
The members of Russian People’s Movement have informed that the movement has been based on the new political ideology which was combining the transhumanism and democratic values.
The members of the new movement will discussed the statute of the movement and the draft of the new Constitution of Russian Federation, which prepared by Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights.
Also the members of the movement will discuss the  necessity of foundation of the civil platform “People’s Political Discussion Club” for dialog between Russian authorities and people.

The meeting will be held in Russia, Moscow, conference center “Extropolis Red Rose, Lev Tolstoy street, b.16 at 11.00 AM.


27 of September 2010 the residents of village Matveevka located in Domodedovo city and  Government company Avtodor signed  the agreement and  approved a new project of the construction of the items tolls near 52nd km of the highway M4 "DON".
The residents of Matveevka said, that due to the attention of mass media, residents’ civil activity and protests, support of NGOs and various political movements, both at national and international level, the villagers and Russian Government could achieve the agreement.
The signed agreement included all the wishes of the owners, according to convinces of the agreement: the lanes of highway M4 Don at the 52nd km were reduced, the items tolls were moved back to Moscow. Also Avtodor is bound to build the abutment and install the noise-reducing screens.  Furthermore, all roads in Matveevka  will be paved by Avtodor.
Residents of Matveevka thank everyone at national and international level who provided the support during the year of fighting and who helped them to reach the agreement.

16 September 2010 Silence in Russia

As Marina Zlotnikova a coordinator of human rights movement ANTIMENT in Russia said, Russian President banned the rally for freedom of speech in Russia, which should take place on Vasilievsky descent near Red Square in Moscow. She was informed about it by the commandant of the Kremlin in ordering tone.
Important, that according Article 8 of Russian Law about assembly only Russian President has right to permit rally near Red Square and Kremlin.
As Marina Zlotnikova told our correspondent, one day before she and one of the activist was pressured and got some threats of their life and health by intelligent services.
In particular, Dmitry Ryabikov from Voskresensk (city 50-miles from Moscow) said, that he was pressured by 2 representatives of Russian intelligent services, as he said, two people are 35-40 years old detained him in the street and explained him, that gathering people to participate in rally on Vasilievsky descent is illegal and they said, he may be shooted and drowned in Moscow-river.
Other activists – Alexey Zelenov, Ludmila Gayduk - from village Rechnik (suburb of Moscow) several days before also were suffered the pressure: their cars were set fire by unknown people during the night.
As Marina Zlotnikova said, the commandant of the Kremlin did not suggest any other alternative places for the rally.
Marina Zlotnikova consider, that the ban of the rally is the proof that the Russian Government is initiator of censorship and Russia goes back to totalitarianism in a worst form when everyone is under total control and under pressure.

04 AUGUST 2010 The raid on the Free Gaza Flotilla on 31 May 2010 Opinion on international law by Prof. em. Dr. Norman Paech

Opinion on international law
Prof. em. Dr. Norman Paech
University of Hamburg
I. The facts
The raid by the Israeli army on the Free Gaza Flotilla in the early morning of 31 May
2010 aroused worldwide indignation. In the raid, nine passengers on the Mavi Marmara,
sailing under the Turkish flag, died, and at least forty-five were injured, some of them seriously. While a considerable body of opinion sees this as a serious breach of international law, and even speaks of war crimes, the Israeli army regards itself as fully justified, and following an internal review has admitted only that there were some slips in the planning and execution of the seizure of the ships1.

03 JULY 2010 The Chapel Instead of The Item Tolls

on the photo: the worship cross at Matveevka, Domodedovo city, Russia

on the photo: the worship cross


As the residents of village Matveevka which is located on the 52nd kilometer of highway M4 "Don" have told the press-service of Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights that the place where the construction of item tolls and increase of vehicular traffic to the place of Olympic Games 2014 year was planned, the worship cross has appeared today.
Earlier, the owners of the plots and houses in Matveevka announced plans to build a chapel on the place of planning of the construction of the  item tolls on  the 52nd km of highway M4 "DON", and  the residents of Matveevka  erected the cross  at the Olympic lane  on 3 July 2010.
As the residents said, they would begin to build the chapel as soon as possible and also they were planning to open the account for donations for the construction of the chapel.

20 June 2010 World Refugee Day

20 June 2010 is a World Refugee Day: Association of Russian Lawyer s for Human Rights is announcing “The Week of refugees’ rights in Russia” in frame work an international network of UNITED. Any refugee may get a free legal consultation of refugees’ rights by the following hotlines in Moscow:  + 7 495 968 30 44 or + 7 495 923 34 98 since 20 to 25 June 2010.
Recall that Russia faced a large number of refugees after the Soviet Union collapse. Unfortunately, the majority of refugees are still forced to wander in Russia, not having permanent homes. Many Russian-speaking refugees have problems of obtaining Russian citizenship.
However, there is another side of the problem of refugee rights are political exiles, people who are victims of political persecution.
According to European statistical agency, the majority of applicators for asylum in European Union countries are Russian citizens in 2009.
Note: World Refugee Day was proclaimed by the General Assembly on December 4, 2000.

09 June 2010 The official statement about the intervention of Russian intelligent services in civil activity

After participation of Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights at a press conference of international civil movement "ANTIMENT in Kiev 26 May 2010, where Evgeny Arkhipov a chairman of the Association announced the most corrupt positions of Russian law enforcement bodies and intelligent services the Association was faced with a regular lock of the hotlines +7 495 968 30 44 and +7 495 923 34 98: Since 27 May 2010 phones have not being receiving any calls , also the members of the Association were informed about the lock by the citizens who dialed additional phone numbers of the Association.
Receiving of calls was stopped 27 May 2010 despite the fact that one of the most popular Ukrainian Newspaper "Evening News" published several times in electronic and print versions the hot lines provided by the Association for Movement ANTIMENT. Moreover, the phones were mentioned in the Russian media, such as the Russian News Services (RSN) , , etc. but since 27 May 2010 have not been received. In addition, 8 June 2010 an activist of the Association during the conversation with technical specialist of services company "BeeLine "was informed that the number + 7 495 968-30-44 had some obstacles to receive a signal, but the operator could not explain the reasons of it.

31 May 2010 Protest against Israeli military attack on Gaza aid flotilla

European Lawyers demand legal and political consequences
The European Association of Lawyers for Democracy and World Human Rights (ELDH) denounces in the strongest terms the military attack by Israeli military forces on the Gaza aid flotilla in international waters, and the killing of at least 16 peaceful demonstrators. See BBC World News “Deaths as Israeli forces storm Gaza aid ship” at

Instead of acknowledging its responsibility for the crimes committed during the military attack on Gaza one and a half year ago – which have been documented in the UN “Goldstone Report” – and stopping its unlawful siege of Gaza, Israel is adding new crimes to its long record of unlawful actions.

The Gaza aid flotilla, originally comprising 8 ships carrying thousands of tons of construction materials, medical equipment and other aid, intended to sail to Gaza in order to deliver its humanitarian aid, and in order to break symbolically the unlawful blockade of Israel imposed on Gaza. Among the estimated 700 peace activists on board  were the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mairead Corrigan Maguire of Northern Ireland, an elderly Holocaust survivor, and European legislators. One participant was Professor Norman Paech (German MP for the Left Party up to 2009), who is also a member of the German lawyers association VDJ, a member association of ELDH.

ELDH demands that the United Nations and the European Union take all necessary political and legal steps to demonstrate to Israel that they are not prepared to accept such humanitarian atrocities and violations of international law.

In particular EDL demands


13 January 2010 Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights supported the initiative of residents of village Matveevka, Domodedovo city.
Remind, the initiative group of the residents sent address to the President of International Olympic Committee Mr Jacques Rogge in connection with the facts of massive violation of their human rights and freedoms during the preparation for Olympic Games in Sochi 2014.
13 January 2010 the press-service of Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights prepared newsletter and distributed via email for Russian and foreign mass-media and human rights organizations by request of the initiative group of village Matveevka.
Also Association press service got the information that a lot of many foreign mass-media and human rights activists had not received complain for Mr Jacques Rogge: e-mails returned marked errors or allegedly removed without reading.
Associations press-service found that messages were not received German defenders, the British lawyer's community, MEPs, and this fact was confirmed by the recipients themselves.
In addition, some Russian journalists faced with the pressure in connection with publication of the articles about the complain of initiative group of residents of village Matveevka
Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights considers the electronic blockade as an attempt to prevent the dissemination of the information about initiative of Russian citizens to move Olympic Games of 2014 outside of Russia, also this fact can be considered as an attempt to stop to bring documents to the International Criminal Court and the police in Switzerland.


President of International Olympic Committee
Mr. Jacques Rogge

Dear Mr. Rogge,

Association of Russian Lawyers for Human rights expresses its concern in connection with flagrant violations of human rights and freedoms of residents of village Matveevka of Domodedovo city of Moscow Region in Russia during the preparation for Olympic Games in Sochi  2014.
We inform you, 04 September 2009 without any warnings and any agreements with residents of Matveeka, Municipality of Domodedovo city and Moscow regional authorities, Russian Government through its constructing companies began its own works of expansion of the high-speed highway M4 "DON" on 52nd kilometer to establish the Item tools at this site of the highway. The highway was planned to expand from two lanes to eleven at the expense of the plots which are privet property of the residents of Matveevka.
The builders had destroyed a single environmental boarder between the highway and the village, then the workers tried to demolish the private homes with the people inside.
Matveevka residents whose lives and property were in danger took to the streets.
In response to residents the builders referred to the decision of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin about need to expand the highway M4 "DON" on the 52nd kilometer in connection with planning increase of vehicular traffic to the place of Olympic Games 2014 year.
We note that all the houses and the plots are private property of the citizens. The real estates according to the legislation registration as a private property of the citizens at federal, regional, and municipal bodies.



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