Urge Russia to release Nadiya Savchenko

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dianna medwid
4 years ago
dianna Boyko Medwid

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Роман Різничук
6 years ago
"Nadiya is an example of what the theologian Paul Tillich meant when he suggested that the existential question for human beings is, “What does it mean to be?” The answer he suggested is within the individuals’ quest to answer the question, "Do you have the courage to be?"

Nadiya provides the answer, in her life, behavior, and in her voice. “I will speak, and live the truth because I refuse to live a lie. I will, therefore, stand and expose lies. I do this because I am free. I demand to be treated with dignity because I am human. And if so required, I will die. Because even in my death, I will forever be free.”"
March 12, 2016 http://www.kyivpost.com/article/opinion/op-ed/yuri-polakiwsky-the-meaning-of-nadiya-savchenko-409827.html

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maria MAGNER
6 years ago
Le droit des hommes est trop souvent bafoué. ..stop

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Vincent Amoursky
6 years ago
Free Nadya! This judgement is a parody of justice and has to be stopped immediately!

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Oksana Lejbjuk
6 years ago
I am signing because what the Russian government is doing is illegal along with all of its other crimes against humanity.

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Angel Lourdais
6 years ago
Slava Ukraini !

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Colin Honnor
6 years ago
her detention and kidnap is a breach of the Hague and Geneva Conventions since she was engaged in Armed Conflict as an officer of a Sovereign State and is therefore protected as a prisoner of war by the protecting Power, in this case Russia and its directed militia forces. To detain her further is a clear breach of international law and as a human rights lawyer I am petitioning Putin indepentantly of this petition.

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Colin Honnor
6 years ago
her detention and kidnap is a breach of the Hague and Geneva Conventions since she was engaged in Armed Conflict as an officer of a Sovereign State and is therefore protected as a prisoner of war by the protecting Power, in this case Russia and its directed militia forces. To detain her further is a clear breach of international law and as a human rights lawyer I am petitioning Putin indepentantly of this petition.

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Yoy Himalaya
6 years ago
Russian Federation must be dissolved.
I support sully democracy.

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Alma Draganić-Brkić
6 years ago
She is political prisoner, Ukraina have to be proud that they have souch brave woman, and her primer human rights are recorded.