war crimes in Ukraine

The Tribunal for Putin (T4P) global initiative was set up in response to the all-out war launched by Russia against Ukraine in February 2022.

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June, 1997

The President violates Constitution
New army, old problems
R. Romanov, Sebastopol

The right for life is endangered
I. Sukhorukova, Kharkiv

Comments to the third periodical report of the Ukrainian government to the UNOCommittee against tortures
Imperfections of the national legislation that facilitate application of torture
State officials do not know the UNO Convention against torture
Measures to be taken in the national legislation for protecting citizens from torture and cruel treatment
Victims of torture are not recompensed
Torture is very seldom mentioned in trials
Tortures are applied

Prison conditions are equivalent to cruel treatment
Insufficient investigation of complaints of tortures
On compensation to victims of torture
Using confessions obtained under duress
Death penalty
Raid for youngsters (continuation)
The ombudsman must represent the public
Renat Mukhamedzhanov, co-chairman of the center of human rights, Dnepropetrovsk


Penitentiary system in Ukraine and international penitentiary rules

Permit me to disagree
Life costs money
Crimes committed by law enforcers

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