The head of the international Department of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev explained the initiative for establishing a Tribunal for the crash in Ukraine Malaysian Boeing, calling it " dancing on the bones ".
"What I'm trying now to do the country, the punching, the court at the Malaysian Boeing, can Not be called on the other as" dancing on the graves ", - the Deputy wrote on his page century
Also Kosachev said bias of investigators have noticed that the trial was conducted very badly, and the judges have " the hands of the target sentence right to the end.
The twenty-ninth of July, a year after the disaster on 17 July 2014 Malaysian airliner in the South-East of Ukraine, the UN security Council has considered the initiative of a number of countries on the establishment of the international Tribunal for connection to justice the perpetrators of his death. Russia has blocked a draft decision are shown from the face of the group of countries conducting the proceedings of the crash (Australia, Netherlands, Malaysia, Belgium and Ukraine) on the creation of an international Tribunal. Yesterday, 1st Vice-speaker of the Rada Andriy Parubiy expressed the view that the issue of establishing an international Tribunal for inquiry disaster Malaysian Boeing has the opportunity to be considered at the UN General Assembly.
"Russia such dances are never happy and don't have to. But to fight for the observance of the UN Charter, we undoubtedly need, and much more decisively. Passively, when you have to use the veto, and actively putting forward their proposals, " Kosachev wrote.
He said the unseemly game of the West around the tragedy of Donbass, personified by shedding " crocodile tears on the issue of the Russian veto in the security Council." No more than than an episode in the achievement of the " great American dream ": to administer their own justice in their own interests, to keep for the sake of it under the threat of extrajudicial or pseudocubic punishment and all external interference, except, darlings " - the Deputy considers.