The Shevchenkovsky district court of Kyiv postponed until July 2, consideration of criminal case concerning the former head of Kyiv city state administration Alexander Popov, who is suspected of aiding law enforcement agencies in the dispersal of the rally in support of European integration November 30, 2013.
According to the news Agency, the defending Player former head of the KSCA Maxim Dirden said that the meeting, which was held on Tuesday, the judges have continued questioning of victims about the details of the violent dissolution of the rally.
"After questioning the victims, the judge decided to defer consideration of criminal proceedings up to eleven. 00 (same as GMT) on 2 July, " - reports the Agency. In General, According to the lawyer, the judges interviewed 7 people in the process of the last 2 meetings.
"some victims stated that they Popov made nothing, but the chief Prosecutor's office considers it to be somehow involved in those events ", - quotes "çÏÌÏÓUA" words durdina.
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, including Popov, 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 ".