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LNR militants approve billl allowing to detain people for 60 days

Such measures may take place if the local 'law enforcers' check if the individual is involved in any criminal activity against the 'state security'
15:52, 13 February 2018

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The self-proclaimed administration of 'Luhansk People's Republic' passed the law that allows the local police to detain people for 60 days. This may occur if the particular individual is a suspect in a 'crime against LNR's state security.' The respective amendment was submitted to the bill about the martial law.

'A person may be put in preventive detention for up 30 days - in case he/she undergoes respective checks for involvement in a crime, which threatens the Republic's security. The term may be extended up to 60 days', the amendment says.   

'LNR' (LPR) is a breakaway non-recognized state in eastern Ukraine's Luhansk region. It appeared in April 2014, after the forceful seizure of power by local separatists. Intensive military actions between them and Ukrainian government troops have been going on ever since.

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