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Several Maidan-related cases to be passed to court soon, - Prosecutor General

The obstacles that had existed before are now gone, Ruslan Ryaboshapka said
14:17, 4 October 2019

Ruslan Ryaboshapka, the Deputy Head of President’s Administration
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Ukraine's Prosecutor General Ruslan Ryaboshapka announced that several cases related to Euromaidan protests will be passed to the court. He said so at a briefing in Kyiv.

Ryaboshapka admitted that "the obstacles for investigating into these cases that had existed before are now gone".

"We actively cooperate with the head of the Department of Special Investigations (...) one needs to understand it's not just one case of Maidan, there are several dozens of them. And every case has many episodes, and many of these episodes began long before the events of Maidan. There's the political will to complete the investigation, and several cases will be soon passed to the court, I guess", he said.

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In February, law enforcers reported that 442 individuals involved in the Maidan-related cases were noticed of suspicion. 279 bills of conviction were handed over to the court.

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