A court in Kiev gave me 5 days and Erofeev on fixing claims
The Supreme administrative court (SAC) has stopped consideration of the claim of those arrested in Ukraine for citizens of Russia and Aleksandr Aleksandrov Evgeny Erofeev for recognition of prisoners of war and gave them five days to correct deficiencies in the claims, said on Thursday Last news in the press service of the court.
first Ukrainian lawyer Erofeev Russian Oksana Sokolovsky said that filed a lawsuit in the Supreme administrative court of Ukraine to President Petro Poroshenko on the recognition of Russian citizens Alexander and Erofeeva POWs, which precludes their prosecution. In a press-service of the court on Tuesday confirmed that such an action they received on the first day of the week.
"Statement message Alexandrov Alexander to leave without movement and provide a time limit of five days from the time of receiving the selection for the fixes mentioned in the definition of defects", said Fins news in the press service of the court.
the press service stressed that the same decision the court took on the lawsuit Erofeev. The court also stated that if for five days the bugs will not be fixed, their claims will not be considered.
Ukrainian Military in the Donbass tied like 2 Russian military on may 16. In the Russian defense Ministry said that the detainees - Alexander Erofeev and - are residents of the Russian Federation, but at the time of detention they were not active military personnel military power of the Russian Federation.
more recently, the court in Kiev passed the decision on placing under arrest of citizens of Russia, they were brought a variety of charges, including terrorism and incitement to military conflict. The court then granted the request of the prosecution about the citizens of Russia about the direction of the case for consideration under this in Goloseevsky district court.
Tuesday Goloseevskiy district court of Kyiv extended Alexandrov and Erofeev a measure of restraint in form of detention until 2 January 2016, did not want to release them under house detention.