SALMAN RADUYEV COMES HOME
Izvestia, August 13, 2002, p. 3
Here is a blitz interview with Viktor Zlodeev, Chief of the Penitentiary Main Directorate of the Perm region.
Question: Is Salman Raduyev really at the White Swan?
Viktor Zlodeev: No comment.
Question: When is Raduyev going to be in Solikamsk?
Viktor Zlodeev: A week or two from now. Watch the national media.
Question: Does it mean you are not permitted to give out any information on Raduyev’s presence at the White Swan?
Viktor Zlodeev: It does…
ELLA PAMFILOVA SAYS…
Izvestia, August 13, 2002, p. 4
Pamfilova’s logic is impressive. She says that there are three levels of human rights protection in the country – judicial, non-judicial (Presidential Administration, the institution of Presidential Envoy for Human Rights, Prosecutor’s Office, Justice Ministry), and public. Every one of them requires renovation, and the Presidential Commission for Human Rights should participate in the processes.