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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

The Ombudsman Moskalkova landed the journalist out of the car for the wrong questions

The Ombudsman Tatyana Moskalkova interrupted the interview that was given by the journalists of “Novaya Gazeta” Paul Kanygin because of the “one-sided” issues. The kanygina then dropped out of the car, where the Ombudsman was interviewed, but it is, albeit in an unfinished form, still out in the paper.

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“One-sided” Moskalkova considered the issues related to the protection of the rights of LGBT people and their human rights, while bearing the rank of General of the interior Ministry, called “blue”) and political prisoners. About the latest, the Ombudsman noticed that this concept “does not correspond to the Russian legal system”.

Read, as the Ombudsman stood up for “degree of democracy”.

According to Moskalkova described the range of problems is only 2% of complaints coming to the Ombudsman, and to discuss actually worth more: health care, unpaid wages, failure to provide housing, etc.

While Moskalkova could not give the exact name of the oldest Russian human rights organizations Moscow Helsinki group and “Memorial”. Last I remembered her as a “Foundation letter “M”.

The conversation with the journalist was terminated after he asked why during his tenure as Deputy of the state Duma Moskalkova voted for the “law of Dima Yakovlev”, prohibiting the adoption of Russian children in the United States. The Ombudsman said that the Council your voice “in” because I’m not sure if it is early adopted in this country children.

Read how Moskalkova promised to fight the West.

Note that the “Novaya Gazeta” stresses, however, the desire Moskalkova become “a real human rights activist”, although notes that it is “the policeman”.


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