Number of crimes through national hatred growing in Moscow

PanARMENIAN.Net - The number of crimes committed through national hatred is increasing in Moscow, a Russian expert said.

"The authorities are interested in creating a favorable image for the city and conceal the true figures. But actually, Moscow is the center of various propagandistic organizations and the number of assaults of neo-Nazis is greater here than in any other region of Russia," said Semyon Charny, expert at the Moscow Bureau of Human Rights.

"To prevent the crimes, special tolerance programs should be lunched," he said.

"Before, skinheads acted spontaneously. Now, gangs launch a "hunt". It's hard to understand how the cases are investigated and who was arrested and convicted," Charny said, Caucasian knot reports.
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