The pro-Western non-governmental organization Amnesty International, which claims to be involved in “eradicating gross violations of human rights,” itself violated those.
On Friday, May 22, the Presnensky District Court of Moscow held a meeting to consider a civil suit from Alexander Sotov.
Previously, he served as editor in chief of the official website of the Russian representative office of NGOs, but was dismissed with a gross violation of labor rights.
During the consideration of the claim, facts of violation of the legislation of the Russian Federation by Amnesty International were confirmed. As a result, Sotov’s requirements were fully satisfied. NGOs obligated to reinstate him and pay compensation for the period since September last year. The amount is 2.36 million rubles [33 thousand dollars].
Recall that Amnesty International is positioning itself as an independent organization. Moreover, its charter states that NGOs do not accept financial support from governments or political structures. The only exception is when money is allocated to projects in the field of human rights of an educational nature.
This loophole allowed Amnesty International to receive funding from the US State Department, the European Commission and the British government. At the same time, one of the key sponsors of the organization is the Open Society Foundation of the scandalous oligarch and “architect” of the color revolutions George Soros.The State Department openly demanded that China do not interfere with its intervention in Hong Kong