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HUMAN RIGHTS NEWS (15 22 FEBRUARY):RESIDENTS OF SOVIET STREET AND STUDENTS HOLD PROTEST AZERBAIJANI GO
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More than five thousand residents of former Soviet (current Narimanov) and adjacent streets in Baku, who are unhappy with the compensation offered for demolition of their houses, held a protest in front of the School # 173 on February 16. The fixed amount of compensation is 1,500 manat per one square meter of apartment. The deputy governor of Yasamal district, Samad Islamov talked to the protestors giving some promises. He tried to pacify the people, assuring that no one would be forcibly evicted. The citizens claim that the amount of fair compensation should be twice as much as the offered rate. They also demand reasonable compensation and a resettlement which is consistent with the law and does not violate anyone’s rights. Note that, 10 thousand houses in the mentioned area are planned to be pulled down. Employee of Radio Azadliq and well-known investigative journalist Khadija Ismayil was questioned four days in a row in the Department of the General Prosecutor's Office for Serious Crimes, in connection with a criminal case launched over publication of a document claimed to be a state secret. The reason for institution of criminal proceedings is a material that Khadija Ismayil shared on her Facebook page. It was originally published by a user named Mustafa Kozlu in October of 2011. On February 21 the journalist was interrogated in relation to her meeting with members of U.S. Senate in Art Garden restaurant. She was questioned about details of her conversation with Senate members, being told that MP Jeyhun Osmanly had presented a recording of this conversation. Ismayilova answered that the MP couldn't have recorded the conversation, simply because it was over when he came to the restaurant. As for the material published on Facebook, Ismayilova said she had received it from Ramin Nagiyev, a former employee of the Ministry of National Security, who currently lives in exile. Nagiyev wrote about this on social networks, too. The pressures against journalist Khadija Ismayil began several years ago after her investigations about the businesses of the family members of Azerbaijani President. Her right to privacy was violated and pro-government media wrote offensive articles about her. Most recently, some media outlets wrote that Khadija is conveying information to American intelligence. Director of the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Kevin Klose condemned Azerbaijani authorities for exerting pressure on the Azerbaijani service employee Khadija Ismayilova. "Allegations of pro-government media against dissidents was widespread in the Soviet period. Unfortunately, we are still witnessing such cases in post-Soviet countries. Recent allegations against Khadija Ismayilova are not only delusional, but also dangerous," said Klose. European Court has recognized as wrongful the pretrial detention of Azadliq newspaper's chief editor Ganimat Zahid from November 2007 until March 2008 on charges of hooliganism and intentional infliction of minor bodily injuries. The Court decided that Azerbaijan government has to pay 5,000 EUR to Zahid for non-pecuniary damage, and 5,000 EUR for legal fees. Students of Baku State University (BSU) has held a protest against the Cabinet of Ministers' rule on extra payment for course hours. The protesters were shouting "Don't pick our pockets, you greedy!", "Let's not give money for exam failure!", "Don't break the law, don't make a false law!", etc. "We have paid for our credits, but now when we are graduating from the university, they say we have academic debt. These are violation of the law," said one of the students. University guards treated rudely towards journalists and students. Several students and journalists were detained by the police. Rector of the Baku State University Abel Maharramov told the journalists that the issue causing the protest was being discussed in the Ministry of Education. The students had to leave the university yard following the requirements of the police. But later they came together again near a subway station shouting slogans like “No to bribe”, “No to unlawfulness.”
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Added: 2014-03-03
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