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MOSCOW, April 15. / ITAR-TASS /. Russia’s Public Chamber outrages by massive violations of human rights in Ukraine and prepare complaints to the European Court of Human Rights, a member of Russian Public Chamber Georgij Fedorov said.
"A lot of people complained of the human rights violations in Ukraine, such as a clamp down of freedom of speech, cases of unjustified dismissal, forced participation in public events, assault. Approximately every 20th appeal contained similar information," he said.
Fedorov recalled that in Kharkiv 70 activists occupied the regional administration building was delayed. According to him, "the courts were held at night, lawyers were not allowed, and people were without food, in fact tortured."
According to him, Public Chamber will hold a special hearing on human rights violations on April 17. Fedorov promised that the relevant complaints will be forwarded to the European court and other international organizations.