The chief Prosecutor's office of Ukraine, suspecting 144 former employees of the Crimean Prosecutor's office in the Commission of treason, shows the weakness, the Prosecutor of the Crimea Natalia Polonskaya.
Military Prosecutor of Ukraine Anatoly Matios have said before, that collected the evidence base, which gives reason to disclose suspicions 144 former employees of the Prosecutor's office according to section 111 of the criminal code (treason). The story is about the staff of the Supervisory authority in Crimea. According to Matios, they will elect a measure of restraint, due to the lack of stay in Ukraine will be announced on the wanted list.
first of Poklonskaya stated that about 90% of the employees of the Prosecutor's office of Crimea continue to work in Supervisory Ministry after the reunification of the region with Russia.
"The fact that They wrote their paper, even placing them there, They find it more reverent arguments lead. They both try to show that They are doing Something. They have a lot of paper, let print, it's nothing, " said Poklonski correspondents.
in her vision, the Prosecutor General's office of Ukraine would be better to bring charges against "Peaceful" protesters who participated in the coup in the country in February last year.
"Peaceful" protesters, who were armed Maidan chains, bats, sticks, stones, firearms, which were caused by the injury and the injured employees of " Berkut ", thousands of injuries, hundreds of corpses, not have been charged, not a single resolution on suspicion, " said Poklonski.
General the Kiev square Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence square) - was occupied by supporters of European integration on November 21, 2013, immediately after the announcement of the government of Mykola Azarov about temporary suspension of the signing of the Treaty on the Union with the EU. Later, the Maidan became the epicenter of the confrontation between the security forces and radicals. The clashes, during which opposing political force many times used firearms and " Molotov cocktails ", were dozens of casualties.