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The CPRF begins to restrict the rights for court protection

             The chiefs of the Communist Party of Russian Federation (CPRF) begun step by step restrict the rights for court protection. Began with the members of the CPRF, whom has been barred recourse to the courts for protect own rights. One of these facts was described me in article "About Zyuganov in The European Court of Human Rights" (!!! on Russian !!!). Set out the requirements for the bringing to justice of Zyuganov under Article 136 part 1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation over restriction the rights for court protection of labor rights.
            How important the rights of citizens for court protection seen from contents of the article 56 part 3 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation. Restriction this right not allowed under no circumstances, even in period emergency situations.
             It is noteworthy that criminal liability under Article 136 part 1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation for violation of the equality of rights and freedoms of man and citizen was introduced on the initiative of the CPRF. This article of the Criminal Code applies to Chapter 19, establishing criminal responsibility for crimes against the constitutional rights and freedoms of man and citizen.
             This fact shows about different approach of the chiefs of the CPRF for court protection. If it suits them - then it maybe. If it's against their interests - that is impossible. Restriction of the right to court protection the chiefs of the CPRF began with their own party members. Will pass it deal with party members, not far from general restrictions the right to court protection. Danger of restrictions on rights to court protection, is that after this we left only with batons waving for defending against various attacks of the chiefs of the CPRF.
             We are too often confronted with the violation of human rights. Not always wondering us, why the innocent sitting for years in custody, but think about it necessary. One problem, is that the laws are taking such as Zyuganov, establishing for himself parliamentary immunity from prosecution, and thus lawlessness for others. Only the real responsibility for the violation of constitutional rights is the effective method of protection. Zyuganov also must bear responsibility equally with others. Being a deputy has envisaged the possibility of house arrest in criminal cases - means the measure can be applied in respect of him. Otherwise, we deprived of effective remedies, and also sets discrimination based on official status.
            Institution parliamentary immunity and need the procedure consent for criminal prosecution contradicts the equality of human and citizen rights.
             I again declare about hardness own intentions to reach Strasbourg and in the case of Zyuganov's prosecution under Article 136 part 1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation over restriction the rights for court protection of labor rights. At this time in the Lenin district court of Saransk considered my appeal about finding illegal omission Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation on my requirement to initiate a criminal case against Zyuganov.
            Very strange acted the employees of prosecutor's office in Mordovia. My requirement about combating violations of the Constitution of the Russian Federation from regional branch of the CPRF was sent for official, which does not competent to make such decisions. Actions of the employee of prosecutor's I has appealed to the Attorney general of Russia. With such ambiguous approach, remember, how this same the employee of prosecutor's has distinguished in the period establishment of a dominant position moksha and even received a promotion.

             Lawyer Elaev Ivan Aleksandrovich, Russia, phone: +79510538999, e-mail: I.A.Elaev@mail.ru
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