The HRC asked to provide Skolichenko with a special therapeutic diet. The girl's lawyers reported that she had an autoimmune disease – gluten intolerance. In mid-April, the artist was arrested in a case of fakes for replacing price tags u003d”The HRC asked the Federal Penitentiary Service to provide the arrested artist with a gluten-free diet” />
The head of the Human Rights Council Valery Fadeev asked the Federal Penitentiary Service to provide the arrested artist Alexandra Skolichenko with a gluten-free diet, according to the HRC website.
According to Fadeev, he received appeals saying that due to the autoimmune disease of celiac disease (gluten enteropathy, or intolerance to certain types of cereals), Skolichenko needs a special therapeutic diet, and attempts to give the artist dietary nutrition “have not yet been successful.” .
“The Council asks you to pay attention to this situation and instruct you to take measures to provide Skolichenko with dietary nutrition”,”” said in a letter from Fadeev to the director of the Federal Penitentiary Service Arkady Gostev.
Skolichenko's lawyer Dmitry Gerasimov told RBC that the defense is writing appeals to all instances— Commissioner for Human Rights, the Human Rights Council, the leadership of the Federal Penitentiary Service.
“We are doing everything we can. From the side of the Federal Penitentiary Service, yesterday— my colleague was with her [at Skolichenko]— no, there was no result. We turned to all possible bodies: the Federal Penitentiary Service, the HRC, and the prosecutor's office, we have nowhere else to turn. I think that [after Valery Fadeev’s appeal] the reaction will be, & mdash; he said.
RBC sent a request to the press bureau of the Federal Penitentiary Service.
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A court in St. Petersburg placed Skolichenko in custody on April 14. A criminal case was initiated against the girl under the article about fakes about a special operation. According to investigators, she changed the price tags in the store for anti-war leaflets with information about the actions of the Russian military in Ukraine, which the Russian Defense Ministry calls false. Skolichenko faces five to ten years in prison.
First, the girl was placed in a temporary detention facility, and then transferred to SIZO-5. According to lawyer Yana Nepovinnova, due to gluten intolerance, the girl cannot eat there, she had an attack. At the same time, she did not receive the packages that sympathizers tried to send to the arrested woman, the lawyer told Kommersant. April 26.
On the same day, the Federal Penitentiary Service replied that the current regulatory documents “do not provide for the provision of separate or individual meals for people who need gluten-free food,” and suggested that the arrested person receive food in transfers or buy them in a prison store, Fontanka reported. The federal service also clarified that no transfers have been received for Skolichenko yet, and if they do — then they will be accepted.
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