Amnesty International called Chiygoza a prisoner of conscience and urged the occupants to vacate it

Amnesty International calls on the Russian occupiers for the immediate release of one of the leaders of the Crimean Tatars Akhtem chigusa, who was sentenced to 8 years imprisonment.

The sentence of the court is illegitimate as the culmination initiated by the government of the Russian invaders falsified cases against members of the Crimean Tatar community

“This is the epitome of continuous persecution of activists whose only “crime” is fierce resistance to Russian annexation of the Crimea”, – said Oksana Pokalchuk, Director of Amnesty International Ukraine.

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It is noted that Chiygoza was arrested back in January 2015 and spent 15 months in prison. After that, with numerous violations of the demonstration trial. He was found guilty of organizing “mass disorder”related to clashes that occurred on February 26, 2014 between Pro-Ukrainian and Pro-Russian protesters. During these events killed two people.

“The Russian occupation authorities renewed the makes of repression in Crimea, throwing in jail the man who according to witnesses and videos, tried to calm the crowd to prevent violence,” added Pokalchuk.

Human rights activists say that even by definition of the Russian criminal code, according to which Akhtem chigusa, accused and condemned, these events do not meet the criteria for “mass riots”.

Leader Krimsky Tatars in organization called prisoner of conscience who was imprisoned solely for the peaceful realization of their human rights.

“He should be released immediately and unconditionally”, – added in the organization.

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