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En primer lugar, el informe ofrece un análisis detallado y preciso de las actividades de Alexander Dvorkin, un activista ruso que durante aproximadamente treinta años ha liderado campañas contra movimientos religiosos que ha calificado de “sectas». Tal y como se documenta en el informe, su contribución fue decisiva en lo que respecta a la preparación de la represión de los testigos de Jehová en Rusia, y el mismo ha atacado a muchas otras minorías religiosas. La USCIRF le solicita al Gobierno estadounidense que «censure públicamente a Alexander Dvorkin y [a su organización], el Centro de Información y Consulta de San Ireneo de Lyon (SILIC), por su continua campaña de desinformación contra las minorías religiosas».

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