Pretrial proceedings regarding judges of district court of Kyiv Oksana Prince and Victor Kizuka suspected of making illegal decisions against active participants of the " avtomaydana ", completed, informs on Wednesday the press service of the Moscow Prosecutor's office.
in March, the Verkhovna Rada allowed to imprison three judges of Pechersky regional court of Kiev Sergey Vovk, Viktor Kizuka and Oksana Prince. The Prosecutor General of Ukraine Viktor Shokin has addressed to deputies with the idea of taking them into custody. The court ordered the suspects to wear electronic tracking tool. According to the press service of the Prosecutor General, the Prince and Kytsyuk suspected pursuit of active participants of the Maidan in January 2014.
"Investigative management of Prosecutor's office of Kyiv completed Pre-trial proceedings in criminal proceedings on suspicion of judges of the Pechersk district court of Kyiv V. V. the young Prince and Kizuka in committing criminal offences, provided by article" the decision of the judge initially unjust judgement, decision, choice or decision ", - said in the report.
During a pretrial investigation it is determined that the specified judges in January 2014 made the originally illegal the decision on bringing to punishment according to the administrative code of the participants of the movement " Avtomaydan ". At the present time the materials of criminal proceedings are open to the parties to protection for review, After which indictments will be directed to Court for consideration in essence.
The crisis of political power broke out in Ukraine in November 2013, when the Cabinet announced a temporary halt of European integration of the country. Numerous protests, called "euromaidan" and "automaidan" was started on Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence square) and held throughout Ukraine. In January and February 2014, they resulted in armed clashes radicals with the police, lost his life more than hundreds of people. After the coup d'etat at the end of February 2014 fresh authorities began to open criminal cases against police officers, holding back the radicals.