Gosiewska, Makowski and Święcicki on Tatiana Paraskevich’s case
The Polish MPs: Małgorzata Gosiewska (Law and Justice), Tomasz Makowski (Your Movement) and Marcin Święcicki (Civic Platform) issued an appeal to release Tatiana Paraskevich.
The official statement on this issue has been addressed to the Czech General Prosecutor, Pavel Zeman. Paraskevich, a former colleague of the Kazakh dissident, Mukhtar Ablyazov, detained in Pilsen in mid-2012. The Polish politicians describe the situation of Paraskevich and the persecution of her family members living in Russia. They also emphasise that the biggest problem is the long-term use by the Republic of pre-trial incarceration against Tatiana Paraskevich who has been deprived of her liberty since May 2012.
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03Stop the extradition of the oppositionist due to the threats of torture, an unfair trial and the illegal interference of Kazakhstan
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