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High Administrative Court rejected ex-judge’s reinstatement application
14:17, 6 March 2017
High Administrative Court rejected ex-judge’s reinstatement application

Tsarevych was the judge in AutoMaidan cases and pronounced unjustified sentences during Dignity Revolution

14:17, 6 March 2017

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High Administrative Court refused to reinstate Oksana Tsarevych, former judge of Pechersk district court of Kyiv. This was reported by the press secretary of High Council of Justice on her Facebook page.

"High Administrative Court has dismissed the claim of O. Tsarevych," spokeswoman wrote.

As it is known, the High Council of Justice decided to submit request to the president regarding judge Tsarevych dismissal due to violation of oath. On September 29 Ukrainian President Poroshenko signed the according decree.

Judge Tsarevych was announced suspected in committing crimes in early 2015. She was the judge in AutoMaidan cases and pronounced unjustified sentences during Dignity Revolution against the participants of the movement. In September 2015 Tsarevych was dismissed, pre-trial investigation was concluded in November 2015.

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