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3.3 Dissidents, 1980 and later 

 

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Please note that English letters preceding the document numbers mean:
          "CT"  -  documents by Secretariat of  Central Committee (SCC);
          "P"  -  protocols of  Politburo (PB) ;
          No. w/o preceding letter identify  documents from the of  Central Committee (CC);
          In English titles "CP" is  as abbreviation  used for any communist  party.

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Date

Document 

Number

Title

0112

 

July 25, 1980

P206/14

Actions against "Amnesty International" 

0113

 

August 13, 1980

P208/41

About permission to Lev Kopelev to emigrate in order to stop his anti-soviet activities.

0114

 

December 26, 1980

CT243/57

Letter to the President of Denmark relative to Braylovsky's arrest* [6]

0115

 

December 31, 1981

Decisions of  Central Committee on the deprivation of citizenship for the anti-soviet activities in 1960-1980: Tarsis, Solzhenitsyn, Aksenov, Voinovich, Orlov, Rostropovich and others  (total 15 people)

0117

 

August 31, 1982

No.867-A

KGB about "ideologically anti-Soviet" Samizdat manuscript by D. Likhachyev "Native Land"

0118

 

December 31, 1982

About permission to Tarkovsky's family to visit him (at the death bed in Italy)

0119

 

March 14, 1983

 No.535-

KGB on Vatican's granting status of a cardinal to the soviet citizen priest Vayvodsa

0120

 

July 5, 1983

Letter of Austrian President, B. Kraisky related to granting freedom to Yuri Orlov  * [6]

0138

0138_Eng

July 14, 1983

Letter from US congressmen (376 signatures) in relation to immigration of 2,000 soviet Jews.  * [9.1] (English Translation by Marta Olynyk)

0121

 

January 28, 1985

No.137-

KGB about arrest of  Felix Svetov (190-1)

0160

 

September 12, 1985

About letter from French academicians in defense of soviet scientists Sakharov, Shcharansky, and Kovalev. * [6]

0123

 

June 1, 1986

No.1135-

KGB to Central Committee about ideological enemies.  * [4]

0125

0125-Eng

July 31, 1986

 No.1503- 

Actions against US anti-Soviet campaign related to the human rights.  * [9.1] (English Translation by Valeri Kalabugin)

1404

 

September 25, 1986

Politburo: about pardons and release from prison for political criminals who agreed to sign a
consent letter  asking for pardon.  * [4]

0126

 

September 30, 1986 

No.1942-

Deprivation of citizenship and expulsion of Yuri Orlov from the USSR. * [4]

0128 

 

December 26, 1986

No.2521-

State pardons for special categories of criminals.  * [2.2]

0130

 

February 1, 1987

No.183-

KGB about use of articles 70 and 190-1 of the Soviet criminal code.   * [2.2]

0131

 

February 4, 1987

No.206- 

About circumstances related to death of A. Marchenko  in the Chistopol's prison

1150

 

May 11, 1987

P65/12

Deprivation of citizenship: I. Ratuschinskya and I. Gerashchenko

0133

 

December 4, 1987

No.2451-

KGB report about seminar on human rights and about KGB actions against its participants. * [4]

1041

Fein

July 27, 1988 

No.1541-K

About intention of anti-soviet elements to conduct in Moscow international seminar "KGB and Perestroika".   * [4]

0134 

0134-Eng

December 5, 1991

 Supreme Court of  Russian Federation: cancellation of Bukovsky indictment. * [4]

(English Translation by Marta Olynyk)

0135

Fein

April 14, 94

From Archive of Russian President - excerpts from Politburo decisions (per Bukovsky's request)

 

Note:

 *  Document also included in section [No.]

 

click below for other sub-sections of  "3.Dissidents"

3.1 Dissidents in 1960's

3.4 Sakharov

3.6 Psychiatry

3.2 Dissidents in 1970's

3.5 Solzhenitsyn

 

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Originally Posted on 01/20/99

 

 

English Translations in Progress 2010

Updated 12/12/2010