DGP part 1: Kozlovska’s case. State trash lab [DGP investigations]

DGP part 1: Kozlovska’s case. State trash lab [DGP investigations]

25.06.2019

DGP has a full report from the Moldovan Investigation Committee on the Open Dialogue Foundation. The document indicates that Poland might have cooperated on the ODF case with the special services in that country controlled by the oligarch Vladimir Plahotniuc.

Commentary on the Sejm committee meetings of 25 April 2019 and attacks of Law and Justice MPs on the Open Dialogue Foundation

Commentary on the Sejm committee meetings of 25 April 2019 and attacks of Law and Justice MPs on the Open Dialogue Foundation

17.06.2019

In connection with the meetings of the Parliamentary Committees for Special Services and the EU of 25 April 2019 at which the issue of our organisation, ODF, was raised, as well as numerous media attacks by Law and Justice politicians, we would like to refer to the allegations made against us.

Onet: Court overrules expulsion of President of the Open Dialogue Foundation from Poland

Onet: Court overrules expulsion of President of the Open Dialogue Foundation from Poland

11.06.2019

The Regional Administrative Court has considered the documents substantiating the decision on Lyudmyla Kozlovska’s expulsion from Poland as “overgeneralised” and demanded her case be reconsidered by the Office for Foreigners.

The Daily Beast: “Law and Justice went overseas to take care of business at home”

The Daily Beast: “Law and Justice went overseas to take care of business at home”

31.05.2019

On 28 May 2019, Michael Weiss published an article in Daily Beast “about the way far-right populists in Europe (…) suck up to Russia.” Weiss focused on the use of the Fourth Estate – the media – that has become a tool in populists’ hands making it “a one-party propaganda sheet.”

Statement on the defamatory article in the Sunday Times about the Open Dialogue Foundation

Statement on the defamatory article in the Sunday Times about the Open Dialogue Foundation

29.05.2019

On April 21, 2019, an article, written by Carlos Alba and Jordan Ryan, was published in the Scottish edition of the Sunday Times newspaper under various titles (1, 2, 3, as well as in print with the title “British firms ‘linked to dirty money used against Putin opponents’”).

Court sentenced “Gazeta Polska” for Kramek pictured in Wehrmacht uniform, Press Freedom Monitoring Centre of the Union of Polish Journalists protests

Court sentenced “Gazeta Polska” for Kramek pictured in Wehrmacht uniform, Press Freedom Monitoring Centre of the Union of Polish Journalists protests

29.04.2019

The Press Freedom Monitoring Centre of the Union of Polish Journalists (CMWP SDP) protests against the decision of the District Court in Warsaw, which ordered “Gazeta Polska”, among other things, to pay compensation to Bartosz Kramek from the Open Dialogue Foundation. Kramek had sued the editorial board for a cover on which he was depicted […]

Bartosz Kramek for Gazeta Wyborcza: PiS, Moldova – a common issue

Bartosz Kramek for Gazeta Wyborcza: PiS, Moldova – a common issue

29.04.2019

The Open Dialogue Foundation won the trial with the “Gazeta Polska” magazine, so now editor Tomasz Sakiewicz threatens the judge. And the PiS propaganda attacks the Foundation using a grotesque report of the oligarchic and corrupt parliament of Moldova.

The authors of The Sunday Times article attacking the Polish foundation are the head of a PR agency and an employee of portals supporting Brexit

The authors of The Sunday Times article attacking the Polish foundation are the head of a PR agency and an employee of portals supporting Brexit

26.04.2019

The authors of a recent article in The Sunday Times link the Open Dialogue Foundation to the practice of money laundering. The article, which was widely commented on in Poland, reproduces information from August 2018, and its authors are not employees of the respectable newspaper.

“Gazeta Polska” and Tomasz Sakiewicz lose in court to the Open Dialogue Foundation

“Gazeta Polska” and Tomasz Sakiewicz lose in court to the Open Dialogue Foundation

25.04.2019

On 24 April 2019, Gazeta Polska and its executive editor Tomasz Sakiewicz lost the dispute in court with the Open Dialogue Foundation, for portraying Bartosz Kramek – the Head of the Foundation Board – as a Nazi invader in the summer of 2018.

“Kozlovska case” falling apart on bank statements. Parliament report turned out to have traces of Shor’s activity in it

“Kozlovska case” falling apart on bank statements. Parliament report turned out to have traces of Shor’s activity in it

28.12.2018

A declassified report by the parliamentary committee charged with investigating the “circumstances of Open Dialogue’s interference into Moldova’s internal affairs” claims that the Open Dialogue Foundation has been financed by sources including money stolen from Moldovan banks

Parliament publishes secret report on “Kozlovska case”. What do Kazakhstani bloggers and mass information media under the control of the Democrats have to do with this?

Parliament publishes secret report on “Kozlovska case”. What do Kazakhstani bloggers and mass information media under the control of the Democrats have to do with this?

17.12.2018

On 17 December, the Parliament published a secret report by a parliamentary commission about the inquest into the “circumstances of the interference of the «Open dialog» foundation in the internal politics of Moldova”. In it, the foundation and its founder Lyudmila Kozlovska are accused of working

“The investigation around the Open Dialogue Foundation is a form of political pressure.” NM Interview with Deputy Assistant Secretary of the US State Department George Kent

“The investigation around the Open Dialogue Foundation is a form of political pressure.” NM Interview with Deputy Assistant Secretary of the US State Department George Kent

07.12.2018

Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent who is in charge of relations with Moldova and Eastern European countries, visited Chisinau on 5-6 December. In an interview with the NM editor-in-chief Galina Vasilyeva, Kent spoke about how the United States will assess the Moldovan elections

Open Democracy: In pre-election move, Moldova takes aim at civil society-opposition nexus

Open Democracy: In pre-election move, Moldova takes aim at civil society-opposition nexus

30.11.2018

As the European Union calls out state capture in Moldova, the authorities in Chișinău are rewriting the rules of the game for civil society and opposition politics.

Statement on the results of the fiscal control and Internal Security Agency investigation

Statement on the results of the fiscal control and Internal Security Agency investigation

26.11.2018

With regard to the information published in the press on Friday, 23 November 2018, the Open Dialogue Foundation (ODF) wishes to clarify and deny the inaccuracies, rumours and slander.

Four false reports in the “Kozlovska case”.  How the parliament’s press service became a “troll” for the Democratic Party

Four false reports in the “Kozlovska case”. How the parliament’s press service became a “troll” for the Democratic Party

31.10.2018

The press service of the parliament of Moldova has distributed a release about the start of the work of a commission of inquest into “interference by the Open Dialogue Foundation and its founder Lyudmyla Kozlovska in the internal affairs of Moldova”.

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