Ex-Deputy of the Ukrainian nationalist party "Freedom" Yury Sirotyuk, suspected of belonging to the riots in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on August 31, was released from jail, where he spent two months, informs the press service of the party on the first day of the week.
first of Pechersk district Court of Kyiv has changed the measure of restraint to Sirotyuk night on home detention for a period of two months.
"Yuri Sirotyuk has finally released. In the night from 8 to 9 November 2015 a few dozen "svobodovets" came to meet brother in prison ", - is informed in the report.
August 31, the Verkhovna Rada adopted in first reading the draft changes to the Constitution in terms of decentralization, and then at the Parliament building were initiated clashes: protesters used water bottles, sticks and smoke grenades. In the end, the riots damaged more than 150 people, lost his life four soldiers natshvardiyi.
The head of the MIA of Ukraine Arsen Avakov called "Freedom" in the form of one of the organizers of rallies. Police said that suspected of belonging to the riots of 18 people, among them three ex-deputies of "Freedom" - Sirotyuk, Eduard Leonov and Igor Shvaika. The court released under house detention Leonov and gave bail for a number of the deputies of the Parliament Shvaika. Syrotiuk was placed in jail for two months.