Moscow Helsinki Group Documents, 120, 132 & 138-151 (60.24)

<<Moscow Helsinki Group documents, 1976-1982>>

No. 120 (29 January 1980): ”Persecution of the free Moscow journal Searches continues” (see CCE 56.5).

[For documents 121-129, see CCE 56.26; for documents 130-137, see CCE 57.24]

No. 132 (26 May 1980) “New arrests and trials of democrats who have served or are serving sentences”.

No. 138 (20 August 1980) [On participation in the forthcoming Madrid Conference]

“…Voices are now being raised in the West in favour of a boycott of the Madrid Conference, because of the incursion of Soviet troops into Afghanistan. It is our opinion that such a boycott would be wrong The Madrid Conference can and should be a forum from which public attention can once more be directed towards human rights, which are inextricably linked with worldwide security …

No. 139 (27 August 1980) “On the appeal in the case of Victor Nekipelov(On 25 August the Supreme Court Left the verdict of –  CCE 57 – unchanged).

No. 140 (29 August 1980) On the trials of Tatyana Velikanova (see CCE 58.1) and Father Gleb Yakunin (see CCE 58.3)

No. 141 (23 September 1980) On the trial of Alexander Ogorodnikov (see CCE 58.6)

No. 142 (25 September 1980) On Razmik Markosyan’s second sentence (see CCE 58.18)

No. 143 (26 September 1980) The trial of Josif Dyadkin and Sergei Gorbachev (see CCE 58.20)

No 144 (2 October 1980) The Trial of Vyacheslav Bakhmin (see CCE 58.2)

No. 145 (10 October 1980) The Trial of Valery Abramkin ( CCE 58.8).

No. 146 (30 October 1980) “30 October is Political Prisoners’ Day”.

No. 147 (13 November 1980) “The trial of Yury Grimm” ( CCE 58.9).

No. 148 (13 November 1980) “A new sentence threatens Paruir Airikyan” (see “In the Prisons and Camps” in this issue, CCE 60.18).

No. 149 (25 November 1980) “Persecution of Jewish Refuseniks in Kiev” (see “The Right to Leave”, CCE 56, 57 and this issue).

No. 150 (12 December 1980) “The sentencing of Vazif Meilanov” (see this issue, CCE 60.3).

No. 151 (17 December 1980): “Dispersal of a peaceful demonstration on Pushkin Square, Moscow, on 10 December” (see “Human Rights Day in Moscow” in this issue, CCE 60.23).