Ukraine’s Prosecutor General: Subpoenas for 727 suspects issued
Most of those charged with separatism are judges and prosecutors, Yuriy Lutsenko says
According to the Prosecutor General’s Facebook page, the documents were issued regarding those accused of crimes in violation of the Articles 110 and 11 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (infringement of territorial integrity of Ukraine and treason against the state). The documents have been published in official newspapers of the Ukrainian government and the parliament.
Most of the individuals are judges, prosecutors, MPs of Sevastopol city council and Crimean Parliament and members of Crimea’s self-declared government.
"Nobody will escape unpunished!", Lutsenko concluded.
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