Convicted in Russia for drug trafficking Israeli Naama Issachar had written a petition for pardon. This was confirmed by her mother Jaffa Issachar, according to RIA Novosti.
According to her, a petition was filed today, with how long will it take it further, she doesn’t know. Earlier today in the bar Association Pen & Paper dealing with the case of the girl, said that Issachar filed a petition to the President of the Russian Federation through the administration of the detention center.
pardon Naamah Issachar will be forwarded to the Commission on pardons of the Moscow region tomorrow. This was reported “Interfax” the Chairman of the Commission, the Commissioner for human rights in the Moscow region Ekaterina Semenova.
According to her, the work of lawyers is completed, the documents submitted for registration to the administration of the colony. In the morning they will be directed to the Commission on pardons in the Moscow region, a preliminary hearing which is scheduled for 18:00 on Monday, 27 January.
the Russian lawyer Anatoly Kucherena does not see obstacles for pardon Naamah Issachar. According to him, a petition for her pardon addressed to the President of Russia herself, the leaders of Israel and her mother, and there is no legal or other impediments to the Russian President exercised his constitutional right.
If a pardon were Israeli takes place, it will be a manifestation of humanism and goodwill, said Kucherena. Earlier, the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said that Issachar has not yet appealed to the Russian President with a request for clemency, which “slows down the whole process.”
during his visit to Israel on Thursday, January 23, Vladimir Putin met with his mother Naamah Issachar and assured her that “everything will be okay.”
Naama Issachar, a 25-year-old citizen of Israel and the United States, detained in the spring of 2019 in the transit area of Sheremetyevo airport. In the girl’s backpack, flying from Delhi to tel-Aviv with a stopover in Moscow, I found about 10 grams of hashish. In October 2019 thYes, the city court of Khimki sentenced her to seven and a half years in prison for smuggling and drug possession.