MP from party ‘Servant of people’ refused to honor memory of Heroes of Heavenly Hundred

Source : 112 Ukraine

MP did not support colleagues
18:34, 19 February 2020

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While the MPs in the Verkhovna Rada rose to honor a minute of silence in memory of those killed on the Maidan during the Revolution of Dignity, the "Servant of the People" Maksym Buzhansky refused to get up. Andriy Dzinja posted the incident video on his Facebook page.

Recall, on February 18, 2014, after the activists refused to fulfill the ultimatum of the security forces to stop the resistance, one of the most bloody assaults on the Maidan began, which lasted until February 20 and ended with the shooting of "Heavenly Hundred."

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The revolution of dignity - political and social changes in Ukraine from November 21, 2013 to February 2014, caused by resistance against the departure of the country's political leadership from the legislatively fixed course towards European integration and its subsequent abandonment of this course.

As we reported before, Former lawyer of ex-president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, Oleksandr Babikov became the first deputy of Iryna Venedyktova, State Investigation Bureau (SIB) head

Earlier, the media reported that Babikov became the deputy director of the body, while the confirmation was published on the website only on January 20. Yevhenia Zakrevska, the lawyer of families of the deceased activists of Maidan, noted that Babikov would deal with the investigation of the Heavenly Hundred Heroes case. Acting Head of the SIB assured that the conflict of interests would not take place

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