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Message  Александр le Mer 26 Oct - 9:20

Ex-PM Azarov, ministers Klymenko, Zakharchenko no longer wanted by Interpol – MP  Shocked

Ukrainian Member of Parliament, former journalist Ihor Lutsenko says that former Prime Minister Mykola Azarov, who now lives in Russia, his Income and Tax Minister Oleksandr Klymenko and Interior Minister Vitaliy Zakharchenko, who was reported to be involved in the forced dispersals of Maidan protests late in 2013 and early in 2014, are not now on Interpol`s wanted list.
”Azarov, Klymenko, Zakharchenko are no longer on Interpol`s wanted list,” Lutsenko wrote on Facebook.

Their lawyers submitted information to refute the reports provided by the Ukrainian Prosecutor General`s Office (PGO) to Interpol, Lutsenko said.
”Interpol has suspended their notices and has been `mulling` this over. And it has been mulling for long. Apparently, it could turn out that the PGO has no evidence of their guilt,” he added.
Ihor Lutsenko said that last Friday he used the parliament`s rostrum to call on Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko to ”put an end to trading in criminal cases and a mess in the investigation of the crimes committed by the former regime.”

According to the parliamentarian, the creation of an interim commission of enquiry into freezing the law enforcement agencies` work on Maidan-related cases and ex-president Viktor Yanukovych`s allies has been blocked for two years.

As UNIAN reported earlier, the Interpol National Central Bureau (NCB) for Ukraine will conduct an internal investigation due to allegations of complicity with Yanukovych and his associates.

On October 22, Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine, Chief Military Prosecutor of Ukraine Anatoliy Matios voiced suspicions that some NCB officers in Ukraine could have assisted Yanukovych and his allies to avoid criminal liability.

Hier je postais que Interpol ne fait plus de recherche, ce n'est pas pour rien:

Maidan cases may be sent to Hague court – Ukrainian Prosecutor General

Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko says he does not rule out that the cases related to Maidan events when over a hundred people were killed downtown Kyiv between the end of 2013 and the beginning of 2014 could be transferred to the International Criminal Court.
”I think the public also wants those who committed [these crimes], especially the killers, and those who masterminded that outrage to be brought to justice in the end. I expect progress on these cases from [chief of the special investigation department at the Prosecutor General`s Office] Serhiy Horbatyuk and more than a hundred agents working under his supervision. And I do not rule out that these cases could be, upon agreement with the lawyers of the Heavenly Hundred Heroes, sent to the International Criminal Court whose delegation is expected to arrive in Ukraine this week,” he said at a briefing in Kyiv on Tuesday.
More than a hundred people, later dubbed the Heavenly Hundred Heroes, were killed and dozens were injured during the Maidan events, which started on November 30, 2013, and ended when the then president Viktor Yanukovych fled the country on February 22, 2014.

The PGO in 2014 began criminal proceedings against former Berkut riot police officers Oleksandr Zinchenko and Pavlo Abroskin. They are suspected of killing 39 Maidan activists on Instytutska Street in the center of Kyiv on February 20, 2014.

Two years later, on February 10, 2016, the PGO, which has witnessed the repeated reshuffle of chief prosecutors, announced that it had also completed an investigation into a case involving three more former Berkut police officers, – Oleksandr Marynchenko, Serhiy Tamtura, and Oleh Yanyshevsky – and had sent their case to court. These individuals are charged with committing an act of terror, abuse of office, deliberate homicide, attempt to murder and resistance to peaceful rallies, as well as kidnapping people and hiding weapons after committing crimes.

These criminal cases have been combined into one Berkut case.

On September 27, 2016, Kyiv`s Svyatoshynsky court extended the term of detention for five former Berkut officers for another 60 days.
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Message  Thuramir le Mer 26 Oct - 19:53

Александр a écrit:Maidan cases may be sent to Hague court – Ukrainian Prosecutor General

Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko says he does not rule out that the cases related to Maidan events when over a hundred people were killed downtown Kyiv between the end of 2013 and the beginning of 2014 could be transferred to the International Criminal Court.
”I think the public also wants those who committed [these crimes], especially the killers, and those who masterminded that outrage to be brought to justice in the end. I expect progress on these cases from [chief of the special investigation department at the Prosecutor General`s Office] Serhiy Horbatyuk and more than a hundred agents working under his supervision. And I do not rule out that these cases could be, upon agreement with the lawyers of the Heavenly Hundred Heroes, sent to the International Criminal Court whose delegation is expected to arrive in Ukraine this week,” he said at a briefing in Kyiv on Tuesday.
More than a hundred people, later dubbed the Heavenly Hundred Heroes, were killed and dozens were injured during the Maidan events, which started on November 30, 2013, and ended when the then president Viktor Yanukovych fled the country on February 22, 2014.

The PGO in 2014 began criminal proceedings against former Berkut riot police officers Oleksandr Zinchenko and Pavlo Abroskin. They are suspected of killing 39 Maidan activists on Instytutska Street in the center of Kyiv on February 20, 2014.

Two years later, on February 10, 2016, the PGO, which has witnessed the repeated reshuffle of chief prosecutors, announced that it had also completed an investigation into a case involving three more former Berkut police officers, – Oleksandr Marynchenko, Serhiy Tamtura, and Oleh Yanyshevsky – and had sent their case to court. These individuals are charged with committing an act of terror, abuse of office, deliberate homicide, attempt to murder and resistance to peaceful rallies, as well as kidnapping people and hiding weapons after committing crimes.

These criminal cases have been combined into one Berkut case.

On September 27, 2016, Kyiv`s Svyatoshynsky court extended the term of detention for five former Berkut officers for another 60 days.

Ah, si cela se réalisait, on peut attendre un début de justice pour les victimes et la fin de l'impunité pour tous les hauts fonctionnaires restés en place après les événements, qui ont donné des ordres ou participé aux meurtres et/ou aux ratonnades.
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Message  Matt le Mer 26 Oct - 21:57

Tantôt, je lisais que 90% d'entre eux avaient été remplacé, lustration oblige . . .  Wink
Il me semble que c'est beaucoup . . .

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Message  Александр le Mer 2 Nov - 11:53

« Génération Maïdan », au cœur de la révolution ukrainienne


Incontournable spécialiste française de l’Ukraine, la sociologue Ioulia Shukan dessine dans Génération Maïdan le portrait de petites mains de la révolution ukrainienne qui a balayé le président corrompu Viktor Ianoukovitch et plongé le pays dans une guerre indirecte avec la Russie dont personne n’entrevoit la fin.


                      Place Maïdan à Kiev, en Ukraine, le 7 août 2014. / SERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP


Génération Maïdan, vivre la crise ukrainienne, de Ioulia Shukan, Editions de l’aube, 201 p., 22 €

Ils s’appellent Ioulia, Daniel, Alla, Evhen. Ils sont managers, ouvriers ou mères aux foyers. Tous mènent une vie paisible, confortable pour certains ou plus précaire pour d’autres, jusqu’à la révolution de la place Maïdan (hiver 2013-2014), au centre de Kiev, qui a bouleversé en profondeur le visage de l’Ukraine.

Le portrait de petites mains de la révolution ukrainienne


Du jour au lendemain, ces gens indifférents à la politique se transforment en militants révolutionnaires prêts à sacrifier leur temps, leurs économies, voire leur vie. À chacun ses motivations. L’un en a « ras-le-bol » de l’injustice d’un pouvoir prédateur et corrompu. L’autre ne contient plus sa « colère » quand la jeunesse est matraquée sauvagement par les policiers. Un troisième personnage rencontré au hasard des barricades rêve d’une vie digne, où le droit individuel serait respecté…

Incontournable spécialiste française de l’Ukraine, la sociologue Ioulia Shukan dessine dans Génération Maïdan le portrait de petites mains de la révolution ukrainienne qui a balayé le président corrompu Viktor Ianoukovitch et plongé le pays dans une guerre indirecte avec la Russie dont personne n’entrevoit la fin. De la place Maïdan aux tranchées du Donbass, une chaîne de solidarité rare s’est tissée et l’âme d’une nation s’est réveillée. Mais « les familles en sortent brouillées, éclatées, divisées, séparées », ajoute l’auteur d’origine biélorusse qui lève le voile sur l’histoire de sa propre famille.


> Lire aussi : À Slavoutytch, les jeunes au jour le jour


Des destins qui éclairent mieux que des thèses universitaires


Ses cousins, Artiom et Denis, étaient proches avant la crise ukrainienne. « Un mur d’incompréhension les sépare aujourd’hui. Un gouffre insurmontable entre l’Ukraine et la Russie. » Ils ont pourtant grandi dans l’ouest de l’Ukraine. Ils ont reçu la même éducation, suivi les mêmes études. Leurs femmes étaient proches. Imperceptiblement, leurs opinions ont divergé au fil des ans. Artiom s’est découvert une passion pour le monde russe doublée d’une aversion envers l’Ukraine. Tout le contraire de son cadet, Denis, défenseur acharné de la place Maïdan. Membre actif d’une cellule préparant des attentats à l’instigation du FSB russe, l’aîné sera finalement arrêté par les services secrets ukrainiens.


Leur destin croisé éclaire mieux que des thèses universitaires cette Ukraine jeune et fragile, tiraillée entre son passé russo-soviétique et ses aspirations européennes. Une nation en mouvement derrière Ioulia, Daniel, Alla, Evhen et tous les volontaires de la place Maïdan. Cette génération qui s’est forgé une opinion derrière les barricades constitue une avant-garde citoyenne bien décidée à réformer le pays, avec ou sans les élites au pouvoir.

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Message  Janchik le Mer 2 Nov - 13:25

J'ai acheté et lu ce livre. Un complément idéal pour pénétrer à l'intérieur de Maïdan.
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Message  Александр le Mer 2 Nov - 13:26

J'imagine bien. Wink
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Message  Thuramir le Mer 2 Nov - 18:38

Matt a écrit:Tantôt, je lisais que 90% d'entre eux avaient été remplacé, lustration oblige . . .  Wink
Il me semble que c'est beaucoup . . .

Remplacés mais pas jugés ! Ils vivent tranquilles, tandis que les victimes reposent dans des cimetières. 
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Message  Александр le Mer 16 Nov - 9:36

De quoi leur donner quelques soucis quand même, après la Crimé, la CPI se penche sur Maïdan:

ICC Prosecutor Office to examine new data on crimes against Euromaidan protesters

(Le Bureau du Procureur de la CPI examinera de nouvelles données sur les crimes contre les manifestants d'Euromaidan)

The Secretariat of the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has recently received additional information on the crimes committed during the protests in Kyiv between November 2013 and February 2014 by the Ukrainian authorities against protesters, and after studying the new information, the court may revise its preliminary conclusion that the attacks were not systematic and widespread.

The relevant information can be found in a report, which was published on the ICC website on November 14 and which contains preliminary examination of activities in 2016, in a section dedicated to the situation in Ukraine, which includes more than 20 complaints in relation to crimes committed in the period from November 2013 to February 2014, and more than 48 complaints concerning crimes committed after February 20, 2014 in Crimea and eastern Ukraine.

The ICC recalled that in its report on preliminary examination activities in 2015, the Office provided its preliminary analysis of the crimes allegedly committed during the Maidan protest events. "The Office found that while the acts of violence allegedly committed by the Ukrainian authorities between 30 November 2013 and 20 February 2014 could constitute an 'attack directed against a civilian population' under article 7(2)(a) of the Statute, the information available did not provide a reasonable basis to believe that the attack was systematic or widespread under the terms of article 7 of the Statute," the document reads.

The Office however noted that serious human rights abuses had occurred in the context of the Maidan events, and expressed its willingness to reassess its preliminary analysis in the light of any new information.

"In October 2016, the Office received further information that will be subject to close examination," the office said.
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Message  Александр le Jeu 17 Nov - 10:04

Evidence says shooting of Euromaidan activists was planned – Lawyer

Berkut officer's testimonies, tensions between prosecutors and the date when a possible verdict will be handed down are discussed in an interview by Ukraine Today with a Ukrainian lawyer Markiyan Halabala.


Voir la vidéo en suivant le lien.

Several chiefs of the Prosecutor General's office vowed to bring the people behind the killings to justice. The latest of them, Mr. Yuriy Lutsenko recently said ‘he couldn't imagine the investigation would take years, Ukraine Today reports.

Ukrainian lawyer Markiyan Halabala, involved in the case, says there has been some progress on the investigation, although much more could be achieved in this time.

"One of the titushka [hooligan] leaders, said he received information on February 18, that there would be shooting on the Euromaidan activists. This evidence is very helpful for us and it can explain that shooting of the protesters was kind of planned, it wasn't just a reaction from the Berkut units," Mr. Halabala said, saying the source of the information is kept secret.

Several Berkut officers are on trial for their reported involvement in the shooting. One of them, Viktor Shapovalov partially admitted his guilt and pointed at colleagues, who were given pump-action shotguns during the protests, instead of rubber bullets. Some officers were also paid extra for their activities, Halabala said.

It remains difficult, though, to legally prove where the money and orders came from.

"It's a problem, when we go much higher it's hard to get evidence who had given the orders. We know, that the orders were given by Ukraine's highest-ranking officials at the time, Zakharchenko (former Interior Minister), Yanukovych and so on, but we are working to get the evidence," Halabala said. See unian.info’s video section for more of the latest news from Ukraine in video from Ukraine Today, Ukraine’s 24-hour English-language news channel.
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Message  Александр le Lun 21 Nov - 12:28

C'est il y a trois ans que tout à commencé:



EUROMAIDAN rebirth of a nation

What was Euromaidan?

With Euromaidan, Ukrainian society made a choice to definitely leave the Soviet era behind and become part of the free and democratic world. The rebellion against tyranny was guided by a dream of a society governed by law and justice. On this page, we offer you a taste of the revolution and what it means for Ukraine and the region.




Experience
 
Experience what it was like to be part of Euromaidan with our collection of insider materials about the protests.

A virtual tour of the protester's grounds


Take a 360 degree Virtual Reality tour of Maidan on Google Play


Faces of Maidan - portraits of the protesters


Meet the Hard-Working Ukrainians Helping to Keep Euromaidan Alive 


Physicians at Maidan - portraits of the doctors at Maidan


My Maidan. A tribute to the revolution that changed us forever - describes life on Maidan


The day Euromaidan turned violent, one year after - after 19 January 2014 Maidan entered its violent phase


Euromaidan participants remember turning point of protests two years after - lots of fiery photos


Protests took place in other cities too. Here is an anthem of the Euromaidan in Odesa, a southern Ukrainian city



Understand


Some of the best analysis about Euromaidan and its significance.


Ukraine for Dummies – Part 1: The Revolution - a FAQ about what's happening in Ukraine


Rebirth of a nation - a post-Soviet generation reached adulthood


Francis Fukuyama: “Euromaidan is a grand battle for the spread of democratic rule”


Ukraine: from the middle ages to a new world - how Euromaidan propelled Ukraine into a new era of social relations


“Maidan Has Not Succeeded…Yet!” - Maidan will succeed when Ukrainians live in a democratic society


Corruption you can’t imagine - a dictatorship of oligarchic cronies is what Euromaidan rebelled against


Seven differences between Donetsk separatism and EuroMaidan


The price of pricelessness — Europe, Ukraine and Maidan - about Ukrainians dying for European values on Maidan


Maidan and its significance. A historical retrospective


Watch
 
Many films have been created about Euromaidan. Here is a selection of our favorites, many available online

Generation Maidan: A Year of Revolution & War — a film supporting prosthetics for Ukrainian civilians & soldiers maimed by war. Available on Vimeo for $5 which goes to charity


Ten movies about Maidan - a selection of films. Maidan. The Art of Resistance, Maidan Massacre, The Female Faces of Revolution available on Youtube


Heaven’s Hundred - by Babylon'13  - a film about the Euromaidan protesters murdered on Maidan. 
Available on Youtube



The winter that changed us - a series of Babylon'13 films all available on Youtube



Maidan - a documentary by Serhiy Loznitsa. Available on Youtube



WINTER ON FIRE: Oscar-Worthy Documentary on Ukraine’s Euromaidan Revolution. Available on Netflix








More articles about Euromaidan >>>
Drones capture bird's eye view of Euromaidan

The Maidan square in Kyiv gathered up to a million people at one time. Drones captured it all - during protests in the day and a concert in the night. Watch this footage to get a feeling of the spirit of Euromaidan.




Spreading inspiration

Maїdan Inferno - a play about Euromaidan. The first Ukrainian play to make it to the French stage was about Euromaidan. 

Preserving the memory

Maidan oral history project gathers testimonies of witnesses of Euromaidan events.

Teaching about Euromaidan


A primer composed by physics teacher Borislaw Bilash II contains everything you need to give a lecture or presentation about Ukraine's newest history.


The Heaven's Hundred
107 Euromaidan activists were shot dead by Yanukovych's regime in 2014. Here is what we know about the culprits. Separating myth from reality: 6 facts on the shooting of the Euromaidan protesters






 Euromaidan, occupation of Crimea, Russia's hybrid war in Donbas



Confused about events in Ukraine? We don't blame you. The protests started when then-President Yanukovych declined to sign the Association Agreement with the EU at the end of November 2013 and escalated into a de-facto revolution that left a hundred dead. Immediately after, Russia started a stealthy annexation of Crimea and takeover of South-Eastern Ukraine. The latter, being unsuccessful, has led to a frozen conflict in Donbas with which Russia hopes to continue to destabilize Ukraine. Here is the a short yet comprehensive guide through the chronicle of newest Ukrainian history - the Euromaidan revolution and subsequent Russian occupation and hybrid war. By Borislaw Bilash II, author of Primer about Russia's hybrid war.
Timeline of the Euromaidan protests
A brief history of the protests in Kyiv is below. Source>>>

 

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Message  Александр le Lun 21 Nov - 13:06

'Who, If Not Me?' Why One Ukrainian Activist Is Protesting

("Qui, si pas moi?" Pourquoi un militant ukrainien proteste)

"We stand days and nights on frost not to be part of Europe, but TO BE," Kateryna Kruk says.


On Twitter, Kruk wrote that she "used every chance to talk to" Ukraine's riot police and convince them that they're on the "wrong side." (Kateryna Kruk/Twitter)

On Friday, November 22, Kateryna Kruk, a 22-year-old press secretary for an opposition lawmaker in Ukraine’s parliament, left work and took to the streets of Kiev, where she joined budding protests against President Viktor Yanukovych’s rejection of an EU trade deal.

Fourteen days later, she’s still there, spending nearly all day, every day, providing a fascinating on-the-ground account on Twitter of Ukraine’s “Euromaidan” protests. Her goal, as she put it in one tweet, is to break the “information blockade” that is keeping the world from understanding what’s behind the massive demonstrations.



As protests have swelled over the past week, analysts have been picking apart a complex question: Why have thousands of Ukrainians suddenly descended upon Kiev, seizing public buildings and whole streets in the capital, setting up makeshift command centers, and demanding the fall of the government? Do the protests speak to a battle in the country over whether to move closer to Russia or Europe? Or is this really about a deeply unpopular president? A cratering economy? Police brutality?

I posed these questions to Kruk. Why, ultimately, is she protesting? Here’s what the young political scientist from western Ukraine wrote back (I’ve lightly edited her response for clarity):

On one of the very first days of Euromaidan, someone on Twitter asked me why we are protesting. I could write thousands of words, but due to limitations on Twitter wrote this: “When words lose their meaning, people lose their freedom. We are protesting to restore the meaning of the words justice, freedom, human rights, choice.”

But that was one week ago, when the biggest desire of Euromaidan was to sign an association agreement with the EU. After last Saturday, when young students and older people were brutally beaten on Euromaidan by riot police and some of them had to hide in Mykhalivska Church (which later was blocked by riot police!), the mood of protesters has completely changed. I remember myself standing on Mykhailivsky Square among people, who came there not because of the agreement, not because of the party, but because of anger—anger that you no longer can feel safe in your own country, that you can’t express your opinion, that you can be beaten just because authorities want you to be beaten. I was looking in the eyes of people and there was one word: “enough.” Saturday morning was the last drop; people can’t endure the rules of bandits any longer. The Euromaidan that gathered on December 1 is absolutely different. Right now we stand days and nights on frost not to be part of Europe, but TO BE. We want to be a democratic state, we want to have our freedoms back, we want to feel like masters of our own country and not a playing card in someone’s game. Yanukovych thought he could play with the destinies of 45 million people; we are showing that he can’t.

A lot of my friends from European countries wonder why I am taking part in these events. My answer is simple: Who, if not me? I want to live in a better country, I want to have higher standards of life, I want to be proud of where I am from. That’s why I’m doing my best to make some changes happen. I’m not standing for leaders, for parties. I’m standing for myself, for my future. People on Euromaidan understand that there is no road back; the authorities can only make our lives harder, especially if they see that nothing can stop them.

Everyone is trying to make their own contribution to our course. My humble role is to share news and my feelings as a protester with the world. From the very first day on Euromaidan I’ve been tweeting in English and helping foreign journalists with translations. The only thing I want to do is to let the world know about us—know the truth! Even Ukrainian TV channels, which are owned by oligarchs, aren’t showing the truth about Euromaidan, so what filtered information could they send abroad? I simply want the world to see us—ordinary Ukrainians, poor, sometimes not very well-educated, without fancy clothes and gadgets but friendly, warmhearted, and hardworking. It is an unbelievable feeling to know that someone supports you, no matter whether you see it in the eyes of the person next to you or read it on the computer.

Last Saturday, after the bloody dispersion of Euromaidan on Independence Square, Ukrainians understood that they were waking up in another country, in Belarus—that their democratic state was crushed by riot policemen beating people and by the people giving them orders. But Euromaidan gathered again in just a few hours to fight for its existence and the future of Ukraine. Because there are some things fear, police sticks, and tear gas can’t destroy—the hope to live in a better country and the willingness to stand for this.

To get a sense of what it’s like to be at the nerve center of Ukraine’s protest movement, check out some of Kruk’s Twitter dispatches below:

Kateryna_Kruk@Kateryna_Kruk 5 déc. 2013
ppl have blocked exit of Berkut military base in Vasylkiv near #Kyiv to prevent 33buses with riot police to go to #euromaidan !!!well done!

Kateryna_Kruk@Kateryna_Kruk 4 déc. 2013
some photos from Kyiv adm-everyday life of revolution #euromaidanpic.twitter.com/wdn59K5HWQ

 




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more photos from Kyiv adm. via fb page of Alexander Piliugun
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more photos from Kyiv adm. via fb page of Alexander Piliugun
1:23 PM - 4 Dec 2013


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best photo I've seen lately. from fb @OlehMacek
12:24 PM - 5 Dec 2013



Kateryna_Kruk @Kateryna_Kruk
holidays are coming..Christmas Tree, Ukrainian Style, #euromaidan
9:23 AM - 5 Dec 2013    



Kateryna_Kruk @Kateryna_Kruk
Just watch, riot police near presidential adm on Sunday.I'm speechless...O_O http://youtu.be/9U5Qmv9gg8w  через @youtube



Kateryna_Kruk @Kateryna_Kruk
Mykhaylivska church...no comments.from fb MaxDeadArtist
6:18 PM - 1 Dec 2013

Kateryna_Kruk @Kateryna_Kruk
In City Hall there is beautiful white piano and one of protesters is playing it right now...it is so refreshing and beautiful...#euromaidan.
3:56 PM - 5 Dec 2013

Kateryna_Kruk @Kateryna_Kruk
What days!yesterday was anniversary of Orange revolution, today-of Revolution of roses.will #euromaidan become another historical moment?
6:49 PM - 23 Nov 2013

Kateryna_Kruk @Kateryna_Kruk
good night to you from revolutionary #euromaidan in #Kyiv Smile
10:50 PM - 3 Dec 2013
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Message  Александр le Lun 21 Nov - 13:12

The Bankova @TheBankova 57 minil y a 57 minutes
I propose & join sponsorship of the charity fund to build Memorial Museum of the Heavenly Hundred heroes #Euromaidan@poroshenko



Український часопис @falledlenin 6 hil y a 6 heures
21.11 відзначається День Гідності та Свободи на честь початку Помаранчевої революції 2004 та Революції Гідності 2013

21.11. est célébrée le jour de la dignité et la liberté en l’honneur du début de la Révolution Orange de 2004 et la révolution de la dignité de le 2013









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Свобода це не те, що нам дали, а те, чого у нас не можуть забрати... Сьогодні День Гідності та Свободи! Наш день...

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Message  Александр le Lun 21 Nov - 14:02

Et aujourd'hui:

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Message  Александр le Mar 22 Nov - 10:15

President Poroshenko questioned on Euromaidan events

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko was questioned at the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine in the investigation into crimes committed against Euromaidan activists in January-February, 2014.

Presidential press secretary Sviatoslav Tseholko said this in a commentary to an Ukrinform correspondent.

"President Poroshenko was questioned on Euromaidan case at the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine. The Head of State has several times said that he is interested in the investigation into the Euromaidan crimes and punishing perpetrators," Tseholko stressed.

Third anniversary of Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity marked in Warsaw.

About a hundred people took part in the events dedicated to marking the third anniversary of the start of the Revolution of Dignity near the Ukrainian Embassy in Warsaw.

Ukrainians and Poles shared their memories and hopes for the future, prayed for the souls of the victims and hold a moment of silence to honor their memory, an Ukrinform correspondent reports from Poland.

Subsequently, Ambassador of Ukraine to Poland Andriy Deshchytsia reminded that nobody had been describing the events on the Independence Square in Kyiv as the revolution three years ago, but three months later the situation had changed: the revolution had changed Ukraine, Ukrainian people, and the world’s attitude toward the country.

Member of the Polish Sejm Marcin Święcicki noted that the victims of the Heavenly Hundred had not died in vain.

"There is the Association Agreement, the whole world knows about the aspirations of Ukraine, and it seems that the entire Ukrainian people have rallied around the European values," he said.

In turn, Sejm member Michal Kaminski assured that “many Poles think about the better future for Ukraine every day."
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Message  Александр le Mar 22 Nov - 11:59

“Much has been done: 35 persons convicted, 152 tried, 190 under pretrial investigation,” - Lutsenko on Maidan-related cases
("Beaucoup a été fait: 35 personnes condamnées, 152 jugés, 190 sous enquête avant le procès", - Lutsenko sur les cas liés à Maidan)

35 persons have been convicted for crimes against the Maidan activists, another 152 individuals are being tried, and about 190 suspects are under the pretrial investigation.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Ukrinform, Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuri Lutsenko said on air of Svoboda Slova TV show via video conference from The Hague.

"I can say that much has been done: 152 persons are being tried after the Prosecutor General's Office has brought charges against them; 35 individuals have already been indicted; the pretrial investigation into about 190 persons of interest is underway," he said commenting on an opinion that no one had been held accountable for crimes against the Maidan activists that was widely spread among many Ukrainians.

Read more: Poroshenko was questioned about events he witnessed, - Horbatiuk on president's interview regarding Maidan case

However, Lutsenko agreed that "those who ordered the killings still haven't been brought to responsibility."

"Those who pulled the trigger are in the dock indeed. But those who armed them, who ordered them to slay innocent people are hiding in Moscow," the PGO chief stressed.

As reported, on Nov. 16, the Sviatoshynskyi district court of Kyiv
received a notice from the Rostov Regional Court of the Russian Federation granting the possibility to interrogate ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych via video conference. The Prosecutor General's Office expects the interrogation to take place Nov. 25.
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Message  Александр le Mer 30 Nov - 12:23

Yanukovych summoned for questioning as suspect in treason case
(Ianoukovitch a été convoqué pour interrogatoire comme suspect pour un cas de trahison)

The Prosecutor General`s Office (PGO) of Ukraine has summoned former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, who now resides in Russia, for questioning in Ukraine as a suspect in the treason case.
Summonses for interrogation have been posted on the PGO`s official website.

Yanukovych was invited to appear at 10:00 local time on December 5 and December 9 for an interview by the chief of the investigative department of the Main Military Prosecutor`s Office under the PGO.
The summonses were also sent to Yanukovych`s addresses in Kyiv, the Vyshgorod district of Kyiv region and in Rostov-on-Don (Russia).

As UNIAN reported earlier, Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko on November 28 read out official accusations of high treason that were brought against Yanukovych in Ukraine.
”As Prosecutor General of Ukraine, Yuriy Vitaliyovych Lutsenko is addressing Viktor Fedorovych Yanukovych under Articles 111, 278 and Chapter 11 of the Criminal Procedure Code on November 28, 2016,” Lutsenko said on Monday, November 28. ”I inform you, Viktor Fedorovych Yanukovych, that you are suspected of treason, aiding members of the authorities of the Russian Federation in deliberate acts committed to change the territory and the state border of Ukraine in violation of the procedure established by the Constitution of Ukraine, and of waging war of aggression, i.e. the crimes stipulated in Part 1 of Article 111, Part 5 of Article 27, Part 3 of Article 110, Part 2 of Article 437 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine,” Lutsenko said.
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Message  Thuramir le Mer 30 Nov - 23:14

Александр a écrit:Yanukovych summoned for questioning as suspect in treason case
(Ianoukovitch a été convoqué pour interrogatoire comme suspect pour un cas de trahison)

C'est très bien pour alimenter la presse, mais tout le monde sait que ce ne sont que des gesticulations sans lendemain dans les circonstances actuelles.
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Message  Александр le Jeu 15 Déc - 14:46

La meilleure russe:

Russian court to decide if Euromaidan was a coup d'etat in Ukraine  Shocked
(Le tribunal russe pour décider si Euromaidan était un coup d'Etat en Ukraine)


A police officer aims his shotgun during clashes with protesters in central Kyiv (AP photo)

Former Yanukovych regime official asks a Russian court to announce Ukrainian revolution a coup d'etat  
       

Dorogomilovsky district court of Moscow has launched trials on recognising 2014 Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine "a coup d'etat". 

A claim in Russian court was initiated by former Ukraine's Party of Regions parliamentarian Volodymyr Oliinyk, who had fled to Russia. 

Previously, the Ukraine's General Prosecution refused to initiate a case on the same matter. Oliinyk himself called this decision "an evidence of power grab". 

"Those are the deeds aimed at forced constitutional alteration or seizing power. In the vernacular, it is called a coup d'etat," Oliinyk is quoted as saying by the Meduza outlet. 

Germany's foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, France's Constitutional Council head Laurent Fabius, former Polish foreign minister Radoslaw Sikorsky, ousted Ukraine's ex-president Victor Yanukovych and present Ukraine's president Petro Poroshenko are noted as persons concerned for the case. 

Also, according to latest reports, former Ukraine's president Victor Yanukovych, dismissed by the revolution in 2014, would soon participate in trials. 

Read also ‘For whom the bell tolls' – Kyiv commemorates maidan's crucial day

The events of winter 2013-2014 in Ukraine that eventually led to ousting of then-time country's president Victor Yanukovych had started with the PM Mykola Azarov's cabinet decision to abort signing an association agreement with EU and start rapprochement with Russia. The peaceful protests on Maidan square in Kyiv were brutally dispersed by riot police, which caused the countrywide outrage and new rallies in Ukraine's big cities demanding the resignation of the corrupted government and president. 

In January-February 2014 the protests in Kyiv and other cities dissolved into armed conflict between police, interior troops forces and protesters, against whom the firearms had been used. The clashes led to dozens of deaths, mainly among Maidan protesters, which caused a worldwide condemnation of the Yanukovych regime. 

After the bloodbath in central Kyiv, Victor Yanukovych fled to Russia on February 22, 2014, having called on Russian president Vladimir Putin to invade Ukraine and suppress the pro-democratic rebellion. Given this, the Ukrainian parliament announced Yanukovych dismissed from the presidency and scheduled new presidential elections on May 25, 2014. He is still hiding out in Russia up to date.

Russia's annexation of Crimea and invasion in Donbas followed the winter 2014 revolution in Ukraine.

L'ancien fonctionnaire du régime de Ianoukovitch demande à un tribunal russe d'annoncer la révolution ukrainienne un coup d'Etat

Dorogomilovsky tribunal de district de Moscou a lancé des procès sur la reconnaissance de 2014 révolution de la dignité en Ukraine "un coup d'Etat".

Un recours en cour russe a été lancé par Volodymyr Oliinyk, ancien parlementaire ukrainien du Parti des Régions, qui avait fui vers la Russie.

Auparavant, le Procureur général de l'Ukraine a refusé d'engager une affaire sur la même question. Oliinyk lui-même a qualifié cette décision de "preuve de pouvoir".

"Ce sont les actes qui visent l'altération constitutionnelle forcée ou la prise du pouvoir. En langue vernaculaire, on l'appelle un coup d'État", a déclaré Oliinyk.

Le ministre français des Affaires étrangères Frank-Walter Steinmeier, le président du Conseil constitutionnel français Laurent Fabius, l'ancien ministre polonais des Affaires étrangères Radoslaw Sikorsky, ont renversé l'ancien président ukrainien Victor Yanoukovitch et le président ukrainien Petro Poroshenko.

En outre, selon les derniers rapports, l'ancien président ukrainien Victor Ianoukovitch, licencié par la révolution en 2014, participera bientôt aux procès.

Lire aussi «Pour qui la cloche sonne» - Kiev commémore la journée cruciale de Maidan

Les événements de l'hiver 2013-2014 en Ukraine qui a finalement conduit à l'éviction du président de l'époque, Victor Ianoukovitch, avait commencé avec la décision du Premier ministre Mykola Azarov d'annuler la signature d'un accord d'association avec l'UE et de commencer le rapprochement avec la Russie. Les manifestations pacifiques sur la place Maidan à Kyiv ont été brutalement dispersées par la police anti-émeute, ce qui a causé l'indignation du pays et de nouveaux rassemblements dans les grandes villes de l'Ukraine demandant la démission du gouvernement corrompu et président.

En janvier-février 2014, les manifestations à Kiev et dans d'autres villes se sont dissoutes dans un conflit armé entre la police, les troupes intérieures et les manifestants contre lesquels les armes à feu avaient été utilisées. Les affrontements ont conduit à des dizaines de morts, principalement parmi les manifestants Maidan, qui a causé une condamnation mondiale du régime de Ianoukovitch.

Après le bain de sang dans le centre de Kiev, Victor Ianoukovitch s'est enfui en Russie le 22 février 2014, après avoir appelé le président russe Vladimir Poutine à envahir l'Ukraine et supprimer la rébellion pro-démocratique. Compte tenu de cela, le parlement ukrainien a annoncé M. Ianoukovitch a été renvoyé de la présidence et prévu de nouvelles élections présidentielles le 25 mai 2014. Il se cache toujours en Russie à jour.

L'annexion de la Crimée et de l'invasion par la Russie à Donbas a suivi la révolution hivernale de 2014 en Ukraine.
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Message  Thuramir le Jeu 15 Déc - 18:22

Александр a écrit:La meilleure russe:

Russian court to decide if Euromaidan was a coup d'etat in Ukraine  Shocked

On peut très sérieusement douter de l'effectivité d'un tel jugement en dehors du territoire de la Fédération de Russie, tant en fait qu'en droit...  
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Message  Александр le Ven 16 Déc - 9:05

C'est comme si un tribunal français déciderait si une action du roi serait ou non légale.
N'importe quoi Exclamation
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Message  Александр le Mar 17 Jan - 15:56

Témoignage de trahison: l'ONU confirme que M. Yanoukovitch a demandé au Kremlin de déployer des troupes en Ukraine

The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine has received a copy of a statement of Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine’s president at the time, requesting Moscow to deploy its military forces in Ukraine, Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko wrote on Facebook.

Photo from UNIAN

"The Chief Military Prosecutor's Office received, through the Permanent Mission of Ukraine [to the UN] the official letter of the UN Secretariat with a photocopy certified with the official seal of the United Nations of Yanukovych’s declaration from March 01, 2014, with a request to deploy Russian troops in Ukraine, and all official materials that Russia had added to the application by Rusia’s envoy to the UN Churkin," wrote Lutsenko.

He stressed that all papers Ukraine received were recognized by the UN as official documents, which had been provided by the Russian Federation.

"The investigators from the military prosecutor's office received irrefutable documentary evidence of Yanukovych’s treason. I received the permit for the publication of data obtained in pre-trial investigation from a senior prosecutor in the case of Yanukovych treason," the prosecutor general wrote.

Le Bureau du Procureur général de l'Ukraine a reçu une copie d'une déclaration de Viktor Ianoukovitch, le président ukrainien à l'époque, demandant à Moscou de déployer ses forces militaires en Ukraine, le procureur général Yuriy Lutsenko a écrit sur Facebook.

"Le Bureau du Procureur militaire a reçu, par l'intermédiaire de la Mission permanente de l'Ukraine [auprès de l'ONU], la lettre officielle du Secrétariat de l'ONU munie d'une photocopie portant le sceau officiel de l'Organisation des Nations Unies de la déclaration de Ianoukovitch du 01 mars 2014,
Pour déployer les troupes russes en Ukraine, et tous les documents officiels que la Russie avait ajoutés à la demande de l'envoyé de Russie à l'ONU Churkin », a écrit Lutsenko.

Il a souligné que tous les documents reçus par l'Ukraine étaient reconnus par les Nations Unies comme des documents officiels fournis par la Fédération de Russie.

"Les enquêteurs du parquet militaire a reçu irréfutable preuve documentaire de la trahison de Ianoukovitch. J'ai reçu le permis pour la publication des données obtenues lors de l'enquête préalable d'un procureur principal dans le cas de trahison Ianoukovitch", a écrit le procureur général.
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Message  Александр le Mer 18 Jan - 10:44

Over half the Berkut officers suspected of Maidan killings given shelter by Russia
(Plus de la moitié des officiers de Berkut soupçonnés de meurtres de Maidan sont réfugié en Russie)


Небесна сотня Héros célestes

10 of the 23 former Berkut officers suspected of gunning down protesters in the last bloody days of Euromaidan have now received Russian citizenship, while a further two men have been given ’refugee’ status.. It appears now that the Kremlin-backed militants, who follow Moscow’s orders, have also added 3 ex-Berkut officers charged with the deaths to its list of people to be handed over in exchange for Ukrainian POW and hostages held in Donbas.

The information about the men in hiding in Russia was reported by Roman Psyuk from the Special Investigations Department investigating Maidan crimes following an official response from Russia’s Prosecutor General’s Office.  A further 6 men are on the wanted list, with their whereabouts unknown. 

This leaves just 5 men facing changes over the killing of 48 of the 104 activists killed during Maidan, and that trial has faced multiple obstacles.

At a press briefing on Jan 17,  presiding judge Serhiy Dyachuk complained of interference in the work of the court, and asserted that the last four hearings had been disrupted through the actions of certain civic organizations.  Dyachuk said that reports had been sent to both the High Council of Justice and the Prosecutor General’s Office and threatened to continue the trial behind closed doors. He called the demands of activists unwarranted and believes that they are aimed at dragging out the court trial.

This is a view shared by the Families of Nebesna Sotnya Heroes, the slain Maidan activists. In an open appeal, they stress that they had long called on members of the public and journalists to attend the court trials, but only because of its crucial importance and in order to give moral support to surviving victims and the families of those who lost their lives, not to put pressure on the court. 

Twice now, they say, court hearings in the Svyatoshynsk District Court in Kyiv have been disrupted by various protests or flash-mobs.  These were not agreed in advance with surviving victims or families of the slain activists. 

Such disruptions, they stress, are good only for the defendants and their lawyers, enabling them to drag out proceedings and conceivably help get them released from custody.  The next court hearing is on Jan 20 and if that court does not extend the men’s detention, there will be no choice but to release them from custody. 

If that were to happen, it is quite likely that they would go into hiding as did Dmytro Sadovnyk, the commander of their Berkut unit.  He was arrested in April 2014.  He was remanded in custody, but then on Sept 19 released by Judge Svetlana Volkova from the Pechersky District Court.  By Oct 1 it became clear that Sadovnyk had fled. 

For this reason, the Families of Nebesna Sotnya Heroes say that they will themselves be forced to ask for the hearings to be closed to all by families and the press if such disruption continues.
In May 2016, the Svyatoshynsk court began the trial of five former Berkut officers: Pavlo Abroskin; Serhiy Zinchenko; Oleksandr Marinchenko; Serhiy Tamtura and Oleh Yanishevsky.  They are charged with shooting Maidan activists on Institutska St on Feb 20, 2014.  All deny the charges of murder, grievous bodily injury, illegal use of weapons and exceeding official powers.

Nadiya Savchenko, Ukrainian MP who spent almost 2 years a political prisoner in Russia, recently released a list of Ukrainian POW and civilian hostages held by the Kremlin-backed militants in Donbas.  The list also contains people that she asserts the militants, presumably with Russian prompting, want in exchange for releasing hostages. They include three of the Berkut officers on trial *Abroskin, Tamtura and Zinchenko), as well as men charged with involvement in the fatal disturbances in Odesa on May 2, 2014.  Savchenko has been criticized for her action, and the list  has not been formally confirmed, nonetheless at the press briefing on Tuesday, Judge Dyachuk did say that the court had been informed of such a list, and that although the men’s dates of birth were incorrect, it was clearly the ex-Berkut men who were intended. 

He did not exclude the hypothetical possibility that the court could be asked to consider the question of releasing the men from custody and said that any such request would be considered in accordance with the Constitution and criminal procedure legislation. He did, nonetheless, point out that Ukraine’s Criminal Procedure Code does not envisage the possibility of releasing defendants to be handed over to a third party.

Almost 3 years on, a pitifully small number of cases involving crimes against Maidan activists have reached the court.  Whatever Russia / its Donbas proxies’ motives in seeking the men’s release as part of an exchange, the move would be highly contentious.  This is yet another compelling reason for resisting any attempts to stymie the court proceedings and for ensuring maximum openness and publicity for the trial. 

10 des 23 anciens officiers de Berkut soupçonnés d'avoir abattu des manifestants lors des derniers jours sanglants d'Euromaidan ont maintenant reçu la citoyenneté russe, tandis que deux autres hommes ont obtenu le statut de «réfugié». Il semble maintenant que les militants soutenus par le Kremlin suivant les ordres de Moscou, ont également ajouté 3 ex-officiers Berkut chargés des décès à la liste de personnes à être remis en échange de prisonniers de guerre ukrainiens et les otages détenus à Donbass.

Les informations concernant les hommes cachés en Russie ont été signalées par Roman Psyuk du Département des enquêtes spéciales qui enquêtait sur les crimes de Maidan à la suite d'une réponse officielle du Bureau du Procureur général de la Russie.
Six autres hommes sont sur la liste des personnes recherchées et leur lieu de résidence est inconnu.

Cela ne laisse que 5 hommes accusés de l'assassinat de 48 des 104 militants tués au cours de Maidan, et ce procès a fait face à de multiples obstacles.

Lors d'une conférence de presse le 17 janvier, le juge Serhiy Dyachuk s'est plaint d'une ingérence dans le travail du tribunal et a affirmé que les quatre dernières audiences avaient été perturbées par les actions de certaines organisations civiques. Dyachuk a déclaré que des rapports avaient été envoyés au Conseil supérieur de la justice et au Bureau du Procureur général et menacé de poursuivre le procès à huis clos.
Il a qualifié les revendications des militants d'injustifiées et croit qu'elles visent à traîner le procès.

C'est un point de vue partagé par les familles de Nebesna Sotnya Heroes, les activistes Maidan tués. Dans un appel ouvert, ils soulignent qu'ils ont longtemps appelé les membres du public et les journalistes à assister aux procès, mais seulement en raison de son importance cruciale et afin de donner un soutien moral aux victimes survivantes et aux familles de ceux qui ont perdu leur
Ne pas faire pression sur le tribunal.

Deux fois maintenant, disent-ils, les audiences devant le tribunal de district de Svyatoshynsk à Kyiv ont été perturbées par diverses manifestations ou flash-mobs.
Ceux-ci n'étaient pas convenus à l'avance avec les victimes survivantes ou les familles des activistes tués.

Ces perturbations, soulignent-ils, ne sont bonnes que pour les défendeurs et leurs avocats, ce qui leur permet de traîner les procédures et peut-être les aider à être libérés de leur garde à vue.
La prochaine audience aura lieu le 20 janvier et si ce tribunal ne prolonge pas la détention des hommes, il n'y aura pas d'autre choix que de les libérer de leur garde à vue.

Si cela devait arriver, il est fort probable qu'ils se cacheraient comme Dmytro Sadovnyk, le commandant de leur unité de Berkut. Il a été arrêté en avril 2014. Il a été placé en détention provisoire, mais le 19 septembre, il a été libéré par le juge Svetlana Volkova du tribunal de district de Pechersky.
Dès le 1er octobre, il est devenu évident que Sadovnyk avait fui.

Pour cette raison, les familles de Nebesna Sotnya Heroes disent qu'elles seront elles-mêmes obligées de demander que les audiences soient fermées à tous par les familles et la presse si une telle perturbation se poursuit.

En mai 2016, la cour de Svyatoshynsk a commencé le procès de cinq anciens officiers de Berkut: Pavlo Abroskin; Serhiy Zinchenko; Oleksandr Marinchenko; Serhiy Tamtura et Oleh Yanishevsky.
Ils sont accusés d'avoir tué des militants de Maidan sur la rue Institutska le 20 février 2014. Tous nient les accusations de meurtre, de lésions corporelles graves, d'utilisation illégale d'armes et d'excès de pouvoirs officiels.

Nadiya Savchenko, députée ukrainienne qui a passé près de 2 ans à être prisonnier politique en Russie, a récemment publié une liste de prisonniers de guerre ukrainiens et d'otages civils détenus par les militants soutenus par le Kremlin à Donbas. La liste contient également des personnes qu'elle affirme que les militants, probablement avec l'incitation russe, veulent en échange de libérer des otages. Ils comprennent trois des officiers de Berkut à l'essai * Abroskin, Tamtura et Zinchenko), ainsi que des hommes accusés d'implication dans les troubles mortels à Odesa le 2 mai 2014. Savchenko a été critiqué pour son action et la liste n'a pas été
A confirmé formellement, néanmoins lors de la conférence de presse mardi, le juge Dyachuk a dit que la cour avait été informée d'une telle liste, et que bien que les dates de naissance des hommes étaient incorrectes, c'était clairement les ex-Berkut hommes qui étaient destinés.

Il n'a pas exclu la possibilité hypothétique que le tribunal puisse être invité à examiner la question de la libération des hommes en détention et a déclaré qu'une telle demande serait examinée conformément à la Constitution et à la législation en matière de procédure pénale.
Il a néanmoins souligné que le Code de procédure pénale de l'Ukraine ne prévoit pas la possibilité de remettre les accusés à un tiers.

Près de trois ans après, un nombre légèrement infime de cas impliquant des crimes contre les militants Maidan ont atteint le tribunal. Quelle que soit la Russie / ses Donbas proxies «motivations dans la recherche de la libération des hommes dans le cadre d'un échange, le déménagement serait très controversée. C'est encore une raison impérieuse de résister à toute tentative de blocage des procédures judiciaires et d'assurer une ouverture et une publicité maximales pour le procès.
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Message  Thuramir le Jeu 19 Jan - 13:55

Александр a écrit:Over half the Berkut officers suspected of Maidan killings given shelter by Russia
(Plus de la moitié des officiers de Berkut soupçonnés de meurtres de Maidan sont réfugié en Russie)

Près de trois ans après, un nombre légèrement infime de cas impliquant des crimes contre les militants Maidan ont atteint le tribunal.

Tout est dit...  Twisted Evil
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Message  Caduce62 le Ven 10 Fév - 14:01

Dédicace à notre juriste Laughing

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Message  Thuramir le Ven 10 Fév - 15:10

Caduce62 a écrit:Dédicace à notre juriste Laughing


Le prévenu dit sa "sa" vérité, ce qui est son droit le plus strict, tandis que les Cours et tribunaux disent "la" vérité judiciaire, ce qui n'est pas nécessairement la réalité (on ne peut retourner en arrière dans le temps et observer ce qui s'est passé), mais ce qui résulte de leur intime conviction fondée sur les éléments du dossier.
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