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19 juillet, 2010

To the European Commissionner for human rights

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Letter-head of CHRYSALIS, N.G.O.

 July 19, 2010

Mr Thomas Hammarberg

Bureau du Commissaire aux droits de l’homme

Conseil de l’Europe

F-67075 Strasbourg Cedex

                 Re: Protection of a human rights Defender and assistance to Christian Lesecq

Mr Commissioner for human rights,

Christian Lesecq is the President of our N.G.O. and he has been a human rights Defender for many years after his Property was violated by the Government of France.

His actions as a human rights Defender started with  complaints before the French courts, which were followsd by requests to the Human Rights European Court for violations of Property Right and for non-fulfilment of Fair Justice.

He has campaigned for years on the Internet for human rights with the web site http://www.osecours.net/,   and now additionally with http://www.xrisalis.org/ our own web site. In 2007 he started a blog at http://justeurope.unblog.fr which was read by approximately 50,000 internauts up to now.

At last, Christian Lesecq wrote and publishd a book entitled “Défenseur des droits de l’homme en France », which is enclosed herein.

The book states the case by containing the description of human rights violations, attacks and harassments  which have been suffered by Christian Lesecq for about 20 years and which are still going on today when Christian Lesecq is subject to governmental repeated harassments devised to silence him.

Christian Lesecq is at present  retired ; 78 years old, he lives precariously in the country at Sainte Marguerite de Carrouges, 61320, France.

He has been suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder treated by anti-depressants prescribed by a psychiatrist doctor from governmental department of psychotherapy (Centre Psychothérapique de l’Orne).

We refer to the Declaration adopted on February 6, 2008 by the Committee of Ministers which called the Members States :

 “…IV. to take efficient measures to prevent attacks and harassments against human rights Defenders, insure independent and efficient investigation about such acts and punish responsible authors by administrative measures and/or penal proceedings” (§2.IV).

We beg you to receive the present communication by acknowledging receipt thereof.

Respectfully yours,

                                                                                    _________________

                                                                                      Chrysalis, N.G.O.

La réponse :                     

Monsieur Lesecq,

Par le présent message, j’accuse réception de votre courrier du 19 juillet 2010 adressé au Commissaire aux droits de l’homme du Conseil de l’Europe, M. Thomas Hammarberg.

Je vous remercie des informations que vous nous avez fournies.

Le Commissaire reste très attentif à la protection des défenseurs des droits de l’homme dans les pays membres du Conseil de l’Europe qui sont engagés à assurer une protection efficace aux défenseurs des droits de l’homme et à leur action, notamment dans les situations de danger.

Sincères salutations,

Christine Mardirossian
Adviser/Conseillère

Office of the Commissioner for Human Rights
Bureau du Commissaire aux droits de l’homme
Council of Europe/Conseil de l’Europe
F-67075 Strasbourg Cedex

Fax: +33 (0) 3 90 21 50 53
E-mail: commissioner@coe.int
Internet: http://www.coe.int/commissioner

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