The chief Prosecutor's office of Ukraine was off the hook with Andriy Klyuyev, former head of the administration of former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, belonging to the murders on the Maidan in the winter of last year, as did not find evidence, reports the Agency.
at the same time, the Ministry replaced the publication, which I suspect Klyuev, " illegal obstruction of the holding of assemblies, rallies, marches and demonstrations ". The appropriate response agencies to request the Agency published on its Internet representation.
in February of last year Klyuev resigned. Attorney General's office announced a number of officials, among them Klyuev, suspected of intentional homicide during mass protests in Kiev.
"due to the fact that in the process of pre-trial investigation is not received proof of belonging Klyuev A. P. To commit mass killings of protesters in Central Kiev in January-February 2014, may 23, 2014 letter of suspicion Klyuev A. P. Amended issued a notification on suspicion of committing a criminal lawlessness under article" illegal obstruction of the holding of assemblies, rallies, marches and demonstrations " that took place 30. Eleven. 2013 at the Independence square in Kiev ", - reported in the answer of the GPU.
The sanction of article provides imprisonment up to five years. According to the information of the GPU, currently the investigation of relatively Klyuev stopped due to the fact that he is wanted.
on the night of 30 November 2013, the police dispersed a rally in Central Kiev in support of Ukraine's European integration. The Ukrainian authorities have realized that the police used force disproportionately. Against the leadership of Kiev was filed under the criminal code on abuse of power, but in February 2014 it was closed under the Amnesty. After the coup in Ukraine, the General Prosecutor's office again brought the case under the criminal code Against ex-officials, this time under the item " illegal interference with the conduct of meetings and rallies ".
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.