Omsk process: Mustafa Jemilev’s court case of 1976

Mustafa Jemilev’s court case of 1976, the Omsk process, and Sakharov.

Voices of Ukraine

By The Sakharov Center
3.28.2014 18:28  slon.ru
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine
Source: http://slon.ru/calendar/event/1077275/

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Mustafa Jemilev – the Soviet political prisoner, human rights activist, and until recently the Chairman of the Mejlis, the highest representative executive body of the Crimean Tatar Peoples operating during the period between sessions of the qurultay, a deputy of the Verkhovna Rada [Parliament] of Ukraine from the “Fatherland” [Batkivshchyna] party and still the informal leader of the Crimean Tatars. He is 71 years old, but today he is one of the most noticeable and influential politicians in Crimea and Ukraine. In the run-up to a referendum, Vladimir Putin considered it necessary to communicate personally with him, the legendary fighter for the rights of the Crimean Tatar nation. The telephone conversation between them, which took place on March 12, didn’t lead to a rapprochement of positions, the press service…

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