Screenshot of a video translation "Anti Kadyrov en live" on the ANTI MASSACRE KADYROV YouTube channel, January 13, 2018

13 January 2018, 16:57

Chechen woman puts forward to Kadyrov conditions of apology for criticism (+video)

The woman, who has recorded critical video appeals to the head of Chechnya and his mother, confirmed her readiness to apologize to Kadyrov, if relatives of the disappeared Chechens get at least their remains.

On January 5 and 6, the woman posted her video appeals to Ramzan Kadyrov and his mother Aimani Kadyrova on the channel ANTI KADYROV on the YouTube. She demanded to stop kidnappings and persecutions in Chechnya.

On January 12, the "Grozny" Chechen State TV and Radio Company showed a report, in which Aishat Guchigova, living in France, was named to be the author of the above video appeals. Then, the people, who were introduced as Guchigova's relatives, sharply condemned her, pointing out that she had lived in Ingushetia and had nothing to do with Chechnya, but had problems with the psyche.

The author of the new video appeal has noted that she is not afraid of punishment because of her criticism of Chechen authorities. The previous videos have already been removed from the channel; and its name has been changed from ANTI KADYROV to ANTI MASSACRE KADYROV.

Residents of Chechnya dare express public criticism of the authorities because of despair and desire to achieve justice, the experts, interviewed by the "Caucasian Knot" believe.

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

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