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'President's Office should comment on meeting with judges on 112 Ukraine case' - MEP Gill

The member of the inter-parliamentary committee of Ukraine-EU association noted that community has a right to know what exactly happened during the meeting
18:53, 14 August 2019

The member of the International Editorial Board of 112 Ukraine TV channel, the member of the European Parliament from Britain Nathan Gill
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If the judges on the case of deprivation 112 Ukraine TV channel of a license were summoned to President’s Office, community has a right to know what was discussed there, as British MEP, member of inter-parliamentary committee of Ukraine-EU association, member of the subcommittee on human rights of the EP Nathan Gill said in an exclusive commentary for 112 Ukraine.  

“We have a right to know what exactly happened during the meeting, what did they talk about, did they talk about 112 Ukraine TV channel. If yes, do the presidents consider the judges and Ukraine’s judicial power independent? Frankly, they don’t. And if they refuse to comment the meeting, I believe we have a right to demand new judges in the case,” Gill noted.

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As it was reported, the Court of Appeal postponed the case on deprivation 112 Ukraine TV channel of a right to broadcast to September 2019. 

The international editorial Council of 112 Ukraine TV channel is extremely indignant at the current situation in Ukraine, when 112 Ukraine TV channel, country's leader in information broadcasting, may be deprived of broadcast license due to an upcoming illegal court decision.

Related: Zelensky's office summons two of three judges who consider case of 112 Ukraine's licenses

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