Archive for 'YABLOKO Against Terrorism'
Press Release, 02.12.2014 On December 2, 2014, Chief Federal Inspector on Mordovia Alexander Pykov visited the refugees from Ukraine in the Atma village, the Republic of Mordovia. Instead of providing aid to the refugees he threatened to take away their children.
Press Release, 18.04.2014 The amendments to the “anti-terrorism” bills proposed by the State Duma at the second reading have become more repressive. According to YABLOKO leader Sergei Mitrokhin, they aim to prosecute Internet users and activists, not terrorists.
Press Release, 07.03.2014 Committee Against Xenophobia showed a film “Haytarma” about the deportation of the Crimean Tatars in Stalin’s time in YABLOKO’s office on March 7.
Statement by YABLOKO’s Bureau, 28.02.2014 Today YABLOKO’s Bureau adopted a statement against the package of the so called “anti-terrorism” laws passed by the State Duma, which limit the rights of the Internet users, actually abolish e-payments and increase the criminal responsibility for terrorism. The first reading of the three bills will take place today.
30.12.2013 Another terrible crime – an explosion in the bus in Volgograd – makes us once again demand from the authorities and the security services to intensify their efforts so that to ensure the security of Russian citizens.
Press Release, October 26, 2013 YABLOKO leader Sergei Mitrokhin and YABLOKO activists paid tribute to the memory of hostages of a Moscow theatre who came to watch the Nord-Ost musical (in Dubrovka district, Moscow). The activists laid wreaths to the memorial plaque with the names of the victims set by the Theatre Center.
Condolences by Sergei Mitrokhin and Grigory Yavlinsky, 22.10.2013 For and on behalf of the YABLOKO party we are conveying our condolences to the relatives and next of kin of the victims of the Volgograd act of terror. We are wishing speedy recovery to the injured.
Andrei Nekrasov, a film director and script writer, specially for YABLOKO’s website, September 4, 2013 If I lived in Moscow all the time and had the right to vote there, I would vote for Sergei Mitrokhin.
Press release, September 2, 2013 In the evening of September 1, the schooling day in Russia, activists of St.Petersburg YABLOKO held an action in the centre of the city in memory of the hostages – children and grownups – killed in School No 1in Beslan, North Ossetia.