The materials on which is based the indictment of the former Minister of economic development Alexei Ulyukayev, should be made public, said the head of Council under RF President on development of civil society and human rights (HRC) Mikhail Fedotov.
“I will tell you honestly — I do not believe that it could be, just don’t believe. But matters of faith should not have any value. In this field must be set to the facts. The facts I have not seen yet, I want those facts were presented to display all videos, all transcripts, all wiretapping, the public has a right to know,” Fedotov said on the sidelines of the all-Russian civil forum in Moscow.
He noted that in accordance with the law, these materials are secret, but they need to declassify, said Fedotov.
“To declassify, need to carry out appropriate procedures, then this should be made public. It should be borne in mind that the right of everyone to the inviolability of his private life, too, must be provided. If these wiretaps are conversations that are not related to government activities, and relating solely to personal life, they should not be made public, that would be illegal, unconstitutional,” — said Fedotov.