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Pussy Riot releases music video in support of Oleg Sentsov

Punk group re-recorded song of French art dealer Dina Vierny who gathered criminal and camp songs
14:20, 25 July 2018

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Russian punk group Pussy Riot has published a new music video for song "Nightmares" in the support of Ukrainian political prisoner Oleg Sentsov on the official Youtube channel.

The pictures of the prison conditions and head in a balaclava, a typical image of Pussy Riot are used in the music video. The song is a cover of the song of French art dealer, art historian and singer Dina Vierny. The native of Bessarabia she gathered and performed the Russian camp songs and even issued an album "Criminal Songs" in 1975.

Related: Ukraine's Ombudsman comments on Sentsov's health condition

The description of the video on Youtube says: "We demand to release Oleg Sentsov who is on the hunger strike for 72 days." It was published on July 24.

On July 15, four members of Pussy Riot ran to the field during the second half of the final match of the World Cup, in which the French team played with the Croatian national team.

Related: Sentsov’s cousin denies her statement about his terminal state

The representatives of the organization demanded:

1.To release all political prisoners.

2. Do not put behind bars for "likes" in social networks.

3. Stop illegal arrests at rallies.

4. Admit political competition in the country.

5. Do not fabricate criminal cases and do not keep people in jail without guilt.

6. "Turn an earthly policeman into a heavenly policeman".

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