As Kommersant writes, the recruit Igor Suvorov considers that it was illegally deprived by the rights for refusal of military service and brought the Photo to trial: Donat of Sorokin/TASS the complaint from the Russian recruit Igor Suvorov deprived of the right for refusal of army service for conscience reasons for the first time has come To the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). It is written by Kommersant with reference to statements of his lawyer Alexander Peredruk. Earlier the military registration and enlistment office cancelled Suvorov's right for alternative civil service, and the court considered him the deviator and imposed a penalty. According to the complaint, the Russian authorities violated two articles of the European convention — about freedom of thought, conscience and religion and about the right for fair judicial proceedings. Suvorov insists that he never refused alternative service and asked the authorities to give him such opportunity. However to address to the European Court of Human Rights in this case still early, the former representative of Russia in ECHR Pavel Laptev considers: Pavel Laptev the former representative of Russia in ECHR "As for this case, now any prospects is not present because the relevant decision, as far as I know according to messages of mass media, did not come into force. Moreover, the complicated procedure of reception of complaints in the European Court of Human Rights works now. It is necessary to pass all instances up to the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation. The new order was entered after the known resolution of the European Court of Justice in the matter of Abramyan against Russia. Considerable changes have right of access, as access to the procedure of the European Court of Human Rights therefore to speak about it early". Igor Suvorov refused conscription service in army for conscience reasons. The draft commission unanimously agreed to give him the chance to pass alternative service, however to the recruit continued to come the agenda about an appeal to the office military which he ignored. In the spring of this year the Krasnodar regional court recognized Suvorov as the deviator and ordered to pay to it a fine of 20 thousand rubles. The lawyer of Soldiers Mothers of St. Petersburg human rights organization Alexander Peredruk representing Suvorov's interests hopes that the ECHR communicates the complaint: Alexander Peredruk is a lawyer of Soldiers Mothers of St. Petersburg human rights organization "We hope that the ECHR in more or less operational mode communicates the complaint. We hope that he will make the decision in favor of our client, having appointed it fair compensation. After that we plan to address for revision of the judicial act. In parallel we do not give up hopes that Russian court will be capable to recognize as adequate these arguments, we filed the appeal to the Krasnodar regional court. If it remains unsuccessful, we plan submission of the appeal already in the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation". Igor Suvorov's history became known after the publication of the minutes where the judge of Gulkevichsky court Yury Ermakov scornfully communicated with the defendant. Among other things he told: "It is not right you an otstaiva
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