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Monitoring of Allegedly Politically Motivated Cases – Analytical Collection

11.12.2020

 
 
Human Rights Center published the collection of analytical documents on allegedly politically motivated cases.

The collection includes 6 analytical documents prepared in 2020:
 
 
Analytical documents analyze various relevant issues related to justice, which were revealed during the monitoring of the trials of allegedly politically motivated cases.

The analysis of criminal and administrative cases, together with various other sources, is based on the monitoring results of the Human Rights Center, the case resources provided by lawyers, the criteria for political prisoners developed by the Council of Europe and Amnesty International.  In addition, the comparative legal analysis is employed in the research.

The collection of analytical documents was prepared in the framework of the project "Monitoring Public Events".

As for now, 25 allegedly politically motivated criminal and administrative cases have been monitored by HRC.
 
The project - "Monitoring Public Events" is implemented with the support of  the National Endowment for Democracy (NED).

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