Posts Tagged ‘interviews’
My interview for International Center on Nonviolent Conflict about Oborona and the Russian democratic movement in general.
Saturday was marked by new protests in Moscow and in other cities. Oborona together with other movements organized a march in the center of Moscow. It was banned by the administration but the police failed to stop it. But some 20 mobsters attacked the participants, both men and women. The protesters offered resistance but several participants of the rally were wounded seriously. The police refused to investigate the incident.
The witnesses and victims of the attack speak out (English subtitles):
I’ve given an interview to Oleg Dusayev of the New Times internet portal. Watch it and read the Russian transcript here. Here is a rough translation, corrections welcome.
OLEG DUSAYEV: Greetings. You are watching the New Times portal, I’m Oleg Dusayev. A criminal investigation has been opened against Dmitry Solovyev, an activist with the Oborona organization. He’s threatened with prison. I’m here with Oborona coordinator Oleg Kozlovsky to discuss the matter. Hello, Oleg.
OLEG KOZLOVSKY: Hello.