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Court to decide place to judge Crimean deputies for treason
08:59, 3 January 2017
Court to decide place to judge Crimean deputies for treason

First hearing will take place on January 3 at 11:30, - General Prosecutor’s Office

08:59, 3 January 2017

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Kyiv Court of Appeal will determine the court that will consider indictments against the former deputies of the Supreme Council of Crimea, who are accused of treason. This was reported by the Spokeswoman of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Larysa Sargan on January 2.

"Kyiv Court of Appeal will determine the court, which will consider indictments against former deputies of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Tsekov, Savchenko, Bakharev, Gafarov, Zaichenko, Ilyasov, Ioffe, Klychnykov, Nakhlupin, Fiks and Shuvaynykov on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 3 - 4 who are accused of a crime under Part 1, Art. 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine "treason" Sargan said.

At the same time she added that this is the "first party", commenting on the issue of a similar hearing on the current "head" of Crimea, appointed by the Kremlin - Sergey Aksenov and other representatives of the Crimean authorities.

The first hearing will begin at 11:30 on January 3, according to the General Prosecutor’s Office.

Related: Crimean Tatar leader shut off from occupied Crimea’s banking system

Earlier it was reported that Crimean Court continued arrest of Mejlis Deputy Head. Occupation authorities accused Chiygoz of “organizing mass riots” on February 26, 2014.

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