Human Rights Issues in Eurasia / Правовые Вопросы В Регионах Евразии

Constitutional Righst in US And Russia – How “They Keep Illusion Of Control”

Posted by Info on 01/02/2011

The United States has voiced concerns over detentions of opposition protestors in Moscow, saying the move amounts to the “intimidation” of peaceful protesters in connection with “Strategy 31″ demonstrations.” said the US National Security Council Spokesman Tommy Vietor.
The last day of every month with 31 days in honor of Article 31 of the Russian Constitution, which guarantees freedom of assembly.

“These steps amount to intimidation of those who choose to exercise their fundamental rights as citizens, enshrined in the Russian constitution and in its international commitments,”
Vietor said and urged Russia to “act to safeguard the fundamental freedoms of expression and assembly for all citizens.”

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange talks in his 60 minutes interview about his 4 years work, publishing with The New Your Times and another big newspapers.
He keeps speaking about the rights for publisher to publish freely as one of the fundamental right in the USA, about not any execution of any publisher in the last 50 years and while present government may change it….

About Governments trying to KEEP THE ILLUSION OF CONTROL and much more.
Where is the line between secrecy, control and freedom?
Listen here On YOU TUBE or here

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