Oleg Kozlovsky works for Amnesty International in Moscow, researching the cases of individuals in his country whose human rights may under attack by the. state. He explains how the vague laws are used to suppress dissent among citizens. And these repressive and unjust measures have taken their toll; it is harder now to organize a street demonstration, for example, when people know that they may be jailed or fined for showing up.
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