Security officials in occupied Crimea summoning Crimean Tatars who protested in Moscow "for a conversation"
Crimean Tatars, detained during a rally in Moscow, are summoned to the “police” for a “conversation”.
Lawyer Nazim Sheikhmambetov informed on the situation.
He regarded these summoning as an attempt to put pressure on people who expressed their position.
Protocols on administrative offenses in Moscow have already been drawn up against these people. At the moment, in fact, there are no legal grounds for summoning them. With the exception that some kind of verification has been initiated, within the framework of which these people can be interrogated, – the lawyer said.
Sheikhmambetov said that lawyers are ready to provide legal assistance to those who received calls from the “police”.
On July 11, Moscow police detained more than 50 Crimean Tatars outside the building of the Supreme Court of Russia, where the appeal of four Crimean Tatars in the “Hizb ut-Tahrir case” was considered. People supported their compatriots and demanded an end to the repressions in the Crimea. Soon they were all released. However, administrative records were drawn under Article 202.2 of Part 5 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation – “violation of the established procedure for organizing a rally,” which threatens with a fine of 10 thousand to 20 thousand rubles