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Mosca conferma il carcere per il dissidente Orlov

epa11472037 Jailed human rights activist Oleg Orlov is seen on TV screen as he participates in a court appeal hearing via video link from his prison against his sentence at the Moscow City Court in Moscow, Russia, 11 July 2024. The Golovinsky Court of Moscow sentenced Oleg Orlov, co-chair of the Memorial human rights center (liquidated by a Supreme Court ruling), to two and a half years in prison on February 27, 2024, for "repeatedly discrediting the Russian army. EPA/MAXIM SHIPENKOV
epa11472037 Jailed human rights activist Oleg Orlov is seen on TV screen as he participates in a court appeal hearing via video link from his prison against his sentence at the Moscow City Court in Moscow, Russia, 11 July 2024. The Golovinsky Court of Moscow sentenced Oleg Orlov, co-chair of the Memorial human rights center (liquidated by a Supreme Court ruling), to two and a half years in prison on February 27, 2024, for "repeatedly discrediting the Russian army. EPA/MAXIM SHIPENKOV
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MOSCA, 11 LUG - La giustizia russa ha confermato la condanna del dissidente Oleg Orlov, figura della difesa dei diritti umani, a due anni e mezzo di carcere, simbolo di una repressione implacabile che ha già spinto quasi tutti gli oppositori dietro le sbarre o in esilio. "La corte d'appello ha deciso di non modificare la sentenza del tribunale di Golovinski e di non portare avanti l'appello" del signor Orlov, ha dichiarato il giudice Maria Larkina.

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