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Crimea's Prosecutor's Office passes 100 state treason cases to court

The Ukrainian side convicts former MPs of the Crimean Parliament and Sevastopol city council, a 'healthcare minister of Crimea', six members of the local illegal armed formation, - Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko
14:36, 10 October 2018

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Ukraine-based Crimea's Prosecutor's Office passed to the court 100 cases where Crimean 'officials' are charged with crimes against the national security. Yuriy Lutsenko, Ukraine's Prosecutor General said this at a briefing in Kyiv, as he presented the Strategy of Development of Crimea's Prosecutor's Office in 2019-2022. 

'As for the prosecution of those involved in the crimes against the basics of the national security. 467 people are noticed of suspicion; a hundred criminal cases are already sent to the court', he said.

According to him, the Ukrainian side convicts former MPs of the Crimean Parliament and Sevastopol city council, a 'healthcare minister of Crimea', six members of the local illegal armed formation.  

Lutsenko added that there are three sentences in the cases of state treason. 

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