In the name of of Allah the Merciful

Healing the Security Service of the Russian Federation (FSB) - Upholding the Universal Declaration of Human Rights within the Federal'naya sluzhba bezopasnosti Rossiyskoy Federatsii

Mark O'Doherty, B0945YDZH4

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English | 2021 | EPUB, Converted PDF | 1 MB

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Due to President Putin’s bad governance,  the Russian Federation is currently a bit like a lost puppy, which  needs protection and safeguarding by the International Community - so  that rule of law and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)  can finally be restored in the Russian Federation. This applies  especially to Article 19 of the UDHR: "That everyone has the right to  freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold  opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart  information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers" and  Article 21: "That everyone has the right to take part in the government  of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives."  Regrettably Russia has major problems in that area, evidenced by many  tragic incidences in recent times – such as the poisoning of Russian  opposition leader Alexei Navalny, and the tragic death of Russian  journalist Irina Slavina. Hence Russian authorities and Russian law  enforcement agencies must make a greater effort of upholding and  protecting fundamental human rights in Russia; such as Freedom of Speech  and Freedom of Press as enshrined in the UDHR. It should also be noted,  that tens of thousands of Russian protesters took to the streets in  over 100 towns and cities across Russia on 23. January 2021 to demand  the release of jailed Putin critic Alexei Navalny in one of the broadest  waves of nationwide protest the country has seen in recent years. Also,  the G7 group of nations condemned the arrest of Russian opposition  leader Alexei Navalny, calling his detention politically motivated in a  statement. The foreign ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy,  Japan, the UK and the U.S. said Navalny's detention was deplorable and  called for his immediate and unconditional release. Joe Biden raised the  case during his first telephone call as US president with Vladimir  Putin, and other leaders have also spoken out – although most of them  are still as quiet as a mouse, since most are scared and intimidated by  President Putin and his comrades from the FSB; such as the leaders from  the UK and the EU. The International Community is advised to keep a safe  distance from President Putin and the FSB, until these human rights  issues have been resolved, and the Russian government has agreed to  evolve and improve itself. In the meantime domestic policy, foreign  policy and human rights issues in Russia will be handled by the NGO  BTB-Global Peacebuilding