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Maidan case investigation might be interrupted on November 20, - lawyer

This might happen due to the fact that Verkhovna Rada did not vote for the standards of investigation
21:22, 17 November 2019
 
November 20, the investigation in Maidan’s cases might be interrupted due to the fact that the Verkhovna Rada did not approve the norm for ensuring the investigation. Lawyer of the Heaven Hundred relatives Yevheniya Zakrevska reports this.

“The Verkhovna Rada did not vote on the norm to ensure investigations in Maidan case after November 20 ... it did not have time for it. The next attempt would be only on December 3. That is, on November 20 we still have “a  black hole,” Zakrevska said.

In her opinion, the parliament doesn’t care that the deadline for the investigation is getting closer every day, and the Rada understands that this process means “sending investigations into the abyss.”
 
Related: Prosecutor’s General Office denies information about intermittence of Maidan cases’ investigation


Earlier it was reported that a separate unit would be created in the central office of the State Bureau of Investigation, which would work on the crimes committed on Maidan in 2013-2014.

On October 19, the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine fired three investigators from the Special Investigations Directorate, investigating Maidan cases.

On October 21, Prosecutor General Ryaboshapka created the Prosecutor General's department for Maidan affairs.

On October 29, he appointed Viktor Mysyak as the head of the Department of Procedural Management in Criminal Proceedings on crimes committed on Maidan in 2013-2014.
 
 
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