Before delivering it to the court case is suspended.
“The Central district court of Simferopol” was declared wanted by the Crimean Tatar Edem Bekirova, released in September, 2019 in an exchange of prisoners between Ukraine and Russia, writes “the Crimean process.”
The corresponding decree was issued by the judge Sergey Demenok. Bekirova before they are brought to the court proceedings suspended. It is noted that the meeting was held without the participation of the audience under the pretext of the threat of the spread of coronavirus in the court only allowed the participants in the process.
Lawyer Alexey Ladin said that the court protection drew attention to the existence of substantial restrictions on the entry of citizens in the Crimea and the threat to the health of Eden Bekirova in pandemic COVID-19. Also, the lawyers noted that previously, the criminal case was suspended until full recovery of the defendant, but this has not happened yet.
Commissioner for human rights Lyudmila Denisova on my channel Telegram also reported that Russia continues to chase and to pursue the illegal councils and other Crimean Tatars. Today, may 22, controlled by Russia, the court will consider another fabricated criminal case concerning prisoners of Enver Omarova and eider Gapparova.
In addition, the days of the “southern district military court” held a hearing regarding Rustem Emiruseinova, Arsen Bhairava and Eskander Abdulganiev in the absence of counsel, which violates the right to protection and fair trial provided for by the Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms.
“Emil Ramadanov more than 90 days in the cooler, Teymur Abdullayev – more than 70. This is flagrant violations of not only international standards for the treatment of prisoners, and the Russian legislation. Such treatment of political prisoners is unacceptable, especially that the administration of the Russian colony does not allow to citizens of Ukraine lawyers, citing quarantine mayors,” – said Denisov.
She said that every day receives signals about the violation of the rights of illegally detained Crimean Tatars to receive adequate medical care.
“60-year-old Servet Gaziyev complains of high blood pressure and bowel problems. Erfan zeneli of the Ottomans, held in a psychiatric hospital, also has high blood pressure and heart problems. However, like other illegally detained Ukrainian citizens, they do not receive proper medical care,” – said Denisov.
In the opinion of the Ombudsman, all this testifies to the fact that the Russian occupation authorities looking for any excuse to continue the persecution and mockery of the Crimean Tatars.
“The purpose of such actions of the aggressor to break the spirit of the Crimean Tatar people and all who refuse to recognize Crimea as Russian territory. The Kremlin is actually grabbed the baton from the Soviet authorities and, just as 76 years ago, committing genocide of the Crimean Tatar people,” – said Denisov.
She called on the international community to continue putting pressure on the aggressor country, to make it adhere to the rights of our fellow citizens, stipulated by the standard Minimum rules for the treatment of prisoners approved by the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and the Convention on the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms, as well as coverage of all the possible venues in the facts of the persecution to the whole world saw how Russia mocks the citizens of Ukraine who are on the temporarily occupied territory of Crimea.
Recall that Eden Bekirov was arrested by Russian security services at the entrance to Crimea on the morning of 12 December 2018. He went to the Crimea to visit the 78-year-old mother and relatives. Bekirova accused of committing a crime under article 222, part 2 and part 2 222.1 of the criminal code of Ukraine (storage and transfer of explosives and ammunition).
27 Aug 2019 Eden Bekirov, was released from custody to participate in the “great exchange” between Russia and Ukraine. On 9 September he was taken, along with other Ukrainian political prisoners in Kiev.
In October 2019 occupying Crimea court suspended the consideration of the case Bekirova, but on may 14 it has unexpectedly continued.
Bekirov is now receiving treatment in Kyiv.