The court refused to return the children to write about transgender Russian woman


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Ordzhonikidze district court of Yekaterinburg decided not to return foster children to the family of Yulia Savinovskih. This was announced on his page in Facebook the lawyer of the International human rights group Agora, Alexei Bashmakov.

“I was hoping that it would return the [children], despite the fact that the Prosecutor of the Sverdlovsk region, who at a press conference earlier in the year publicly stated that they did not return to her children. Who are these “they” and what influenced the court’s decision? I think that the case was not examined objectively,” — said the publication “Salt”.

The lawyer explained that the court ruled violations. Savinovskih was appointed psihologo-psychiatric examination for the purpose of identifying her mental disorder or that of a disease, which prevented her to be a foster mother, as reported by the care initially. Investigators promised that the results will be ready by the date of the hearing, but this has not happened, and the judge did not wait for the outcome of the examination.

The decision has not yet entered into force and will be appealed, promised Bashmakov.

Earlier the inhabitant of Ekaterinburg Julia Savinovskih said “the” that in August the guardianship illegally took her children, providing the court with false documents and information about her alleged mental disorder and claim asylum abroad. 20 Sep Ordzhonikidzevsky court has deprived of parental rights Savinovskih. The questionnaire of the seized children were put on the website “Adoption in Russia”.

Family Savinovskih beginning the process of adopting two boys in 2015 and 2016, by the time the woman had three children of their own. In early 2017, she removed the breast, the great size of which made her uncomfortable, and later became interested in the problems of transgender and start blogging about this.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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