The ECHR ordered Russia not to expel the journalist “the New newspaper”
The European court of human rights has forbidden Russia to expel in Uzbekistan the journalist “the New newspaper” Ali Feruza before his case will be considered in the ECHR. This was clearly stated in the letter from the court, which on Friday received the journalist’s lawyer Kirill Koroteev.
On 3 August, the Basmanny court of Moscow has accepted the decision on expulsion Ali Feruz in connection with the violation of the regime of stay in Russia.
He Feruz does not recognize that I broke the law: in court, he said that for more than two years is in the process of obtaining legal status in Russia, and also tries to obtain temporary asylum. He said that if he returned home his life is in danger.
The Council on human rights under the President of Russia said that the expulsion of the journalist would be contrary to the Constitution.
The case of Feruza also commented on the press Secretary of Vladimir Putin Dmitry Peskov.
“We drew this matter to the attention of our migration and other authorities, we are aware of the existence of this problem […] the Situation is very complicated, and the number of factors does not allow us to close our eyes to the number of violations that take place”, — he said.