Terrorist Anders Breivik wants to set up his Party
A representative of the structures responsible for registration of such initiatives, explained that Breivik’s application does not meet legally required preconditions. "To create an association at least two people are required, while the application form features just Breivik," - he said.
In addition, the document does not have the necessary business-legal structure, governing the party’s activity.
Breivik's lawyer Tur Yordet has said he will file a new request that will meet all legal standards.
On July 22, 2011 Breivik went on a bombing and shooting spree in the government district of the Norwegian capital, killing eight people and shooting 69 at a youth camp of Norway's Labour Party on the island of Utoya. He was sentenced to 21 years in prison.
Norwegian police are investigating, after a complaint was filed by Anders Breivik against the Minister of Justice of the country and the prison where he is being held. According to Reuters, Breivik officially complained that he was being tortured.
He believes that officials are engaged in a conspiracy to make life in prison unbearable in order to drive him to suicide.
Last November, it was reported that the Norwegian mass-murderer wrote a letter to the media and a number of human rights organizations complaining about the poor conditions under which he was being detained.
In July 2011, Anders Breivik bombed the government quarter of Oslo, where eight people were killed, and then opened fire at a youth camp, where 69 people, mostly minors, were killed.
The court found the terrorist sane and sentenced him to 21 years in prison.
Norway mass killer Anders Breivik sentenced to 21years in jail for killing 77 people in a shooting spree has filed a complaint on his detention conditions in Norway’s Ila prison.
He claims that his rights are abused and he faced tougher imprisonment after receiving a sentence.
Now, the terrorist is not allowed to use a laptop and his correspondence perused.
Voice of Russia, RIA