The public Prosecutor of Ukraine has informed Yanukovych on suspicion of treason

The public Prosecutor of Ukraine Yury Lutsenko has informed former President Viktor Yanukovych via video conferencing that he is suspected of treason and other crimes, RIA Novosti reported.

Confession and admission of guilt. What Yanukovych spoke at a press conference

According to the Agency, Svyatoshinsky court of Kiev, where the meeting has allocated 3.5 hours to videotape Yanukovych and the former commander of internal troops Stanislav Shulyak.

According to the judge, Svyatoshinsky court decided to “establish reasonable deadlines”. So, one hour is given for questioning by the defense, one for questioning the charges. After that will decide on the break, 30 minutes will leave the opportunity to ask questions of the victim and the representatives, another half hour each side to give additional clarifying questions.

The Prosecutor asked a technical break of 15 minutes to arrange the order of questions and the tactics, after which the court announced a 15-minute break.

Videotapes Viktor Yanukovych on the case of riots in Kiev on the Maidan in 2014 was scheduled for last Friday, November 25, but it was postponed to 28 November due to the inability to deliver the accused former soldiers of “Berkut” from prison. Departure from the insulator blocked the radicals of the banned in Russia organization “Right sector”.


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