Ukraine's High Council of Justice to assess actions of 7 judges which put in detention Euromaidan activists
- 22.07.2016, 10:22,
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Ukraine's High Council of Justice has opened five disciplinary cases against judges who considered cases against Euromaidan activists.
This decision was taken at a meeting of the High Council of Justice on July 20, 2016 based on inspections conducted by members of the High Council of Justice at the request of the temporary ad hoc commission on checking judges of courts of general jurisdiction, the press service of the High Council of Justice reported on Wednesday.
Disciplinary proceedings were launched against Judge of the District Administrative Court of Kyiv Viktor Danylyshyn, against judges of Cherkasy District Administrative Court Tetiana Chubar, Vasyl Kovalenko and Volodymyr Myshenko, against judge of Obolon District Court of Kyiv Mykola Misechko Judge of the Appeal Court of Kyiv region Oksana Rudnichenko and against Judge of Poltava Regional Administrative Court of Ivan Yasynovky.
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The High Council of Justice will assess actions of the judges when they were considering administrative cases against activists of Automaidan under Article 122-2 of Ukraine's Code on Administrative Offenses and when they put in detention participants of mass protests in Ukraine in the period from November 21, 2013 until the entry into force of the law of Ukraine on the restoration of confidence in the judiciary in Ukraine.