March 13 in the annexed Crimea, two court hearings were held in the cases of picketers - Aziz Urimov and Erad Dani, the human rights organization Crimean Solidarity reported on Facebook.
According to the information of legal experts, the "Supreme Court of the Republic of Crimea" left the decision of the first instance in force.
Aziz Urimov and Eral Dani are obliged to pay a fine of 10 thousand rubles each.
Reportedly, trial over the Crimean activist Ruslan Rustemov will be held today as well.
Lawyer Mustafa Seidaliev is the defender of the Crimean Tatars in the court.
Reference: October 14 in the Crimea, a minimum of 34 people were detained for holding one-person pickets. More than 100 people came out with the protests in the occupied peninsula. People took to the streets with one-person pickets in Simferopol, Dzhankoy, Hvardiiske, Bilohirsk and other cities of the occupied peninsula.
All the arrests took place with violation of even current Russian legislation on the annexed peninsula.
Later, people massively received protocols, accusing them of violating the rules of holding public events. One-person pickets in protocols are called unauthorized mass action.