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KIEV, December 01, 14:51 /ITAR-TASS/. The police have left Independence Square, where a multi-thousand column of opposition is coming. Several young people started breaking down the metallic barriers placed on the square.
The police have opened 12 criminal cases over the events on Independence Square in the Ukrainian capital overnight to November 30, Valery Koryak, who was relieved from the post of the head of the Interior Ministry’s main department in Kiev, said on Sunday.
“Five criminal cases are opened for acts of hooliganism, three cases for resistance to police, two cases for the use of violence and one case for the capture of public buildings or facilities,” Koryak said, adding that the pre-trial investigation is being conducted in these criminal cases.