Ukrainian activist Baluku in the occupied Crimea brought new charge

Ukrainian activist Volodymyr Baluku in Russian-occupied Crimea was charged for a new article – ostensibly for the disorganization of the institutions providing the isolation from society, said a non-governmental organization “the Crimean human rights group”.

“According to lawyers, December 6, Vladimir Baluku presented the resolution on attraction as accused under part 2 of article 321 of the criminal code (disorganization of the institutions providing the isolation from society). The charge in the criminal case, initiated during a content activist in the detention center of Simferopol. Earlier in the case of Vladimir accused under article 318 criminal code (violence against a representative of authorities)”, – stated in the message of the organization.

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Replace the articles in the indictment leads to more serious consequences for the Ukrainian. The probability that in the framework of this criminal case it will be sent back to jail big enough.

As previously reported, in early October, the self-proclaimed “Supreme court of the Crimea” overturned the conviction of Ukrainian activist Volodymyr Balukupreviously sentenced to 3.5 years in prison, and sent the case for re-investigation.

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