Public Investigation Commission on War Crimes in South Ossetia

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Public Investigation Commission on War Crimes in South Ossetia and Civilian Victims Aid was created on August 12, 2008. By August 13 members of the commission were in Ossetia. The aims of the Commission are to give an un

CHAIRMAN OF THE PUBLIC INVESTIGATION COMMISSION

Olga Kostina, member of Public Chamber of Social Supervision over the law-enforcement agencies and juridical system reform; chairman of the Resistance social movement.

MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC INVESTIGATION COMMISSION:

Aleksandr Brod, member of Public Chamber of Social Supervision over the law-enforcement agencies and juridical system reform; member of The Public Chamber’s Commission on Communication, Information Policy and Freedom of Speech in the Media.

Oleg Neterebsky, chairman of The Public Chamber’s Commission on Labor-Management Relations and Retirement.

Elena Zelinskaya, vice-chairman of The Public Chamber’s Commission on Preserving the Cultural and Religious Legacy.

Valery Tishkov, vice-chairman of The Public Chamber’s Commission on international relations and Freedom of Conscience; member of Inter-Commissional workgroup on The Public Chamber’s international activity; member of Inter-Commissional workgroup on organising of The Public Chamber’s expert activity.

Alla Gerber, member of The Public Chamber’s Commission on inter-national relations and Freedom of Conscience; member of Inter-Commissional workgroup on The Public Chamber’s international activity; member of Inter-Commissional workgroup on Development of Civil Society.

Sergey Abakumov, vice-chairman of The Public Chamber’s Commission on Development of Charity and Upgrading of the Legislation on Non-Profit Organisations.

Zalina Medoeva, member of The Public Chamber’s Commission on Preserving the Cultural and Religious Legacy; member of Inter-Commissional workgroup on The Public Chamber’s international activity; member of Inter-Commissional workgroup on organising of The Public Chamber’s expert activity.

Anatoly Pchelintsev, co-chairman of the Slavic Law Centre, head of the Law and Religion Institute, editor-in-chief of the Law and Religion magazine.