Rada failed vote for inclusion in the agenda regarding amendments of conviction

Today, September 9, the Verkhovna Rada failed to include in the agenda of important amendments to the law required of the GPU to conduct and complete the investigation in the cases of the defendants of crimes on the Maidan.

About this on his page on the social network Facebook announced the press Secretary of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Larisa Sargan.

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According to her, the lawyers proposed changes in the bill 5610 had to do a criminal procedure code is much more efficient, however, the document was not included in the agenda of even the fifth attempt.

Lutsenko himself, instead, he wrote that the GPU did mind its best to prosecute those who committed crimes during the Maidan.

Earlier, the meeting on the resolution on the in absentia conviction of former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych postponed. Such a step stems from the fact that the court of Appeal is still considering the petition of lawyers of Yanukovych on the transfer of the case from the Pechersk court to another.

On 14 December the Pechersky regional court of Kiev granted permission for the detention of ex-President Viktor Yanukovych and his delivery in court. Thus, the court satisfied the request of the military Prosecutor Krivenko on permission to detention of Yanukovych, “with the purpose of his drive to participate in the consideration of the petition for application of a preventive measure in the form of detention”.

On November 28 Yuriy Lutsenko to Svyatoshynsky district court of Kyiv announced that Viktor Yanukovych declared suspect in treason – the content of the suspicion is declared orally, namely, the notice was sent to all known addresses of the former President. On the same day after reading this suspicions the Military Prosecutor presented his lawyer Igor Fedorenko present in court.