20 August 2003, 21:57

Human Rights Institute will send its observer to Chechnya

"The Human Rights Institute is going to send its observer to the presidential election in Chechnya", Human Rights Institute Director General Kamilzhan Kalandarov announced today.

The specialist is expected to go to Chechnya as a member of the group of Russian human rights activists. This group is being formed by the Moscow Helsinki Group along with the Commission on Human Rights under the President of Russia.
"It is in the nearest plans of the Human Rights Institute to develop and strengthen the institute of observers. It is especially urgent on the threshold of the elections.

esides, we plan to send our representatives to the regions where evidences of human rights violation take place. People disclose these violations using the "hot" line of the Institute", said Kamilzhan Kalandarov.

Source: REGIONS.RU Regional News Agency

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