The fourth edition of the Analytical law digest “Crimea beyond rules” devoted to information occupation (restriction of freedom of speech and expression) was for the first time presented and distributed by UHHRU and partner “Regional Center for Human Rights” NGO during side event “Crimea in conditions of information occupation” in frames of the PACE session, on October 12.
Thus, the current edition describes international standards relating to freedom of speech and expression and international criminal liability for crimes, related to their abuse. It also reviews corresponding Ukraine’s and Russia’s legislation as well as legal frameworks adopted by the occupational authorities in Crimea. Separate sections provide for analytical materials and individual cases of harassment of independent journalists of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol by the occupation authorities.
The publication in English may be found here.