"State secret" stamp wouldn't be removed, but some documents will be opened, - Feygin

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to lawyer, it may take several months to lift stamp "state secret" from Sushchenko's case
17:18, 23 October 2016

"State secret" stamp will not be removed from the case of Ukrainian correspondent Roman Sushchenko, but some documents will eventually be exposed, it can take several months. This was stated by the journalist's lawyer, Mark Feygin, on the TV channel "112 Ukraine".

In response to the question, how long it will take for human rights defenders, to lift the stamp "state secret," Feygin said: "It will not be removed, all courts are closed, but a number of legal proceedings after some time will be open, for example, court documents, because.. Because they will have to be appealed in the European court of human rights, and, accordingly, we should later transfer those decisions on arrest there. And so that  document itself will be opened, but will need some time. "

In response to the clarifying question, the lawyer said that we are talking about months, not years.

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