PACE rapporteur on Magnitsky case very disappointed with today’s judgments

Council of Europe

Andreas Gross (Switzerland, SOC), the Rapporteur on “Refusing impunity for the killers of Sergei Magnitsky” for the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), has expressed disappointment at the guilty verdicts pronounced by a Moscow court today.

“Having studied the background of the death of Sergei Magnitsky intensively over the past eight months, I must say that I am very disappointed, though not really surprised by these judgments: they appear to be a continuation of the official cover-up I described in my draft report published in June. I will study the judgments in detail and comment on them in an update to my draft report which will be discussed by the Assembly’s Legal Affairs and Human Rights Committee on 4 September.”

The draft report by Mr Gross on “Refusing impunity for the killers of Sergei Magnitsky” was first discussed at the meeting of the Assembly’s Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights in Strasbourg on 25 June 2013. The committee decided to declassify the draft report and invite further comments. It will be on the agenda of the committee’s next meeting on 4 September 2013 in Paris. срочный займ займы онлайн на карту срочно https://zp-pdl.com/online-payday-loans-in-america.php https://zp-pdl.com/apply-for-payday-loan-online.php быстрые займы онлайн

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