The people's choice of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, head of the parliamentary Department on legal policy and justice Ruslan Kniazevych asks Parliament to consent to the arrest and detention of three judges, who led a high-profile case at the time of former President Viktor Yanukovych.
proper draft resolutions presented on the Internet office of the Verkhovna Rada on Tuesday.
before the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Viktor Shokin appealed to the MPs with the idea of the detention of judges of the Pechersk court Sergey Vovk, Viktor Kizuka and Oksana Prince. According to the press service of the Prosecutor General, the Prince and Chizuk suspected in pursuit of active participants of the Maidan in January 2014. Vovka suspect in making " initially unjust decisions ". According to prosecutors, he ruled in a civil case, which was deprived of the right of property of the citizen, such as a car and an apartment. Vovk also known for having led the case against the former head of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine, the current head of the faction of the bloc of Petro Poroshenko Yuriy Lutsenko.
the head of the Supreme court of Ukraine Yaroslav Romaniuk yesterday gave his consent to the detention of these judges.
The crisis of political power took place in Ukraine in November 2013, when the Ministry announced a temporary halt to the European integration of the country. Numerous protests, called " euromilano ", were launched on the Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence square) and have been all over Ukraine. In January and February 2014, they resulted in the equipped weapon collision radicals with the police, lost his life over a hundred people. After the coup d'etat at the end of February 2014 fresh authorities were massively to bring criminal proceedings against the police officers, freed radicals.