No 52 : 1 March 1979

THE STRUGGLE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE SOVIET UNION CONTINUES

None of the reports in this issue have been digitised. Page numbers for the pdf version
(CCE No 52, see below) are given next to the items in this Contents page

1. The case of the explosion on the [Moscow] underground [8]

2. The death of Gely Snegiryov (Kiev) [13]

3. The trial of Vasily Ovsienko (Zhitomir Region)  [15]

4. ARRESTS, SEARCHES, INTERROGATIONS [17]

– The Iosif Zisels case (Chernovtsy)
– The Eduard Kuleshov case (Taganrog) [18]
– The Mark Morozov case [19]
– The case of the journal Poiski (Searches)
– The case of the Jews in the USSR journal [20]

5. IN THE PRISONS AND CAMPS [22]

– Chistopol Prison
– The Mordovian Camps
– The Perm Camps
– In other prisons and camps [32]
– Letters and Statements of Political Prisoners [33]
– In Defence of Political Prisoners [42]
[- Photos]
– Releases

6. In exile [47]

7. In the psychiatric hospitals [48]
– In Special Psychiatrical Hospitals
– In ordinary hospitals
– releases

8. After release [50]

9. PERSECUTION OF THE CRIMEAN TATARS [51]

– Resolution No 700
– Deportations from the Crimea
– Delegations of Crimean Tatars in Moscow
– The arrest of Seidamet Mememtov
– The arrest of Mustafa Dzhemilev

10. Events in Lithuania [60]
– The arrest of Ragaisis

11. PERSECUTION OF BELIEVERS [62]

– Orthodox Christians
– Adventists
– Baptists
– Pentecostalists

12. The right to leave [66]
– Those who have left

13. Defending the Rights of the Disabled [69]

14. On the Metropol almanac [71]

15. MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS [73]

– Human Rights Day [10 December 1978]
– One more deported ethnic group
– The right to marry

16. Letters and Statements [79]
– Documents of the Moscow Helsinki Group

17. Samizdat update [81]
– Lithuanian samizdat
– Estonian samizdat

18. Official documents [85]

19. Corrections and additions [89]

[End notes and Bibliographical note, 90]

TWELFTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION

First publication in English, Amnesty International, January 1980

CCE 52 : 1 March 1979 (AI pdf)

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