Ended the procedure of examination in the case of crimes on the Euromaidan
The Prosecutor General’s office of Ukraine is ready to speak about the results of the examination in the case of the executions at Euromaidan.
Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko on air of TV channel “inter” said that we are talking about those persons who gave, according to the investigation, the order to shoot civilians.
The investigation confirmed that such people as Yanukovych, Zakharchenko, Yakymenko, Shuliak, head of the SBU, interior Ministry, Interior troops and their subordinates gave the orders on the Maidan, which killed more than a hundred people, more than a thousand people were injured.
As said Yuriy Lutsenko, in 2019, the Prosecutor’s office will complete the investigation and finally be able to show the public the evidence.
The attorney General is confident that this will be the most anticipated trial in recent years.
As it turned out that all the suspects destroyed the correspondence and servers before you run away to Russia.
However, the investigation failed to find evidence to establish the factual material and to interview thousands of people.
In the expert says that all this has a causal relationship with the deaths on the Maidan.
Earlier it became known that during a riot in the capital, clashes erupted, the security forces are tightening the armored vehicles.
In the capital, is a large-scale protest: people took to the streets over plans by the government to increase the tax on fuel. Before the start of the action were detained about 300 people, whom police accused of “preparing acts of violence against people.” Of these, 32 were arrested.
According to recent reports, during the demonstrations was detained 500 people.
We are talking about the protests of the “yellow jackets”, which for several weeks continued in Paris.
Today throughout France are on duty around 89 thousand policemen, and on the streets of Paris brought the armored vehicles.
Ted Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Week, Ted Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.