Monday, July 7, 2014

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Ukrainian MPs threaten arrests for sympathy militias

The situation in Ukraine. July 2014 (172) / Ukraine: the chronicle of events
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"The Verkhovna Rada will not slow down the process and considered the question, allow investigating authorities to arrest the deputies that work against their own country," - said the speaker Oleksandr Turchynov.

KIEV, July 7 - RIA Novosti. Ukrainian MPs could lose their seats and be under arrest for the sympathy of the militia, said the speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Oleksandr Turchynov, quoted by "Ukrainian Truth" .
"The Verkhovna Rada will not slow down the process and considered the question, allow investigating authorities to arrest the deputies that work against their own country," - said the speaker. Earlier, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine opened three criminal proceedings against Oleg Tsarev deputy in connection with its public calls for rallies in Donetsk to federalization. He was accused of separatism and calls for violent change of the constitutional order. Regarding the petition GPU Verkhovna Rada deprived Tsarev immunity and consented to his detention and arrest.

As in Ukraine change of government

The political crisis erupted in Ukraine in late November 2013, when the Cabinet announced the suspension of the European integration of the country. Mass protests called "evromaydanom" were held throughout Ukraine in January clashed radicals armed with law enforcement. The result of street fights in which the opposition has repeatedly used firearms and "Molotov cocktails" , dozens of human lives.
February 22 in the country there was a violent seizure of power. Verkhovna Rada, violating the agreements reached between President Viktor Yanukovych and opposition leaders, changed the constitution changed the leadership of the parliament and the Interior Ministry and to remove from power the head of state, who was later forced to leave Ukraine, fearing for his life.

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