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Protesters voice their questions to Poroshenko on Bankova Street
16:31, 21 November 2016
Protesters voice their questions to Poroshenko on Bankova Street

Azov activists established a "monument" for former Prosecutors General under the Prosecutor General's Office

16:31, 21 November 2016

The participants of the Civilian Corps Azov held a march in Kyiv.

As reported on the group's page in the social network VKontakte, the rally began on Independence Square. People were holding Ukrainian flags, symbols of the organization and posters.

The law enforcement officers estimated that about 500 people were involved in the rally, reports Interfax-Ukraine. Azov says that there were more than 3 thousand participants.

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Firstly, the activists went on the Bankova Street under the Presidential Administration, where they voiced their questions to the President. They are concerned about the prospects of ending the war in the Donbas region and terrible social conditions for the Ukrainians.

After that, the activists walked in the direction of the Prosecutor General’s Office. Under its building they erected a monument with the inscription "The people who buried Maidan’s case". On the monument they wrote the names of the former Prosecutor Generals after the revolution: Oleh Makhnytskyi, Vitaliy Yarema and Victor Shokin. Unger these names they wrote the dae when the acting Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko took the office.

The law enforcement officers remain on duty under the General Prosecutor's Office.

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