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KIEV, December 03. /ITAR-TASS/. The deputies of the Ukrainian parliament expect that the country’s Prosecutor General’s Office will make public its conclusions December 4 over the events, which took place on Independence Square on November 30, lawmaker from the Party of Regions Vladimir Oliynyk told reporters on Tuesday.
“The state authorities bear responsibility for everything and will give legal assessment to all actions compulsorily. On Wednesday, December 4, the Prosecutor General’s Office will announce its conclusions, we expect them,” Oliynyk said.
Overnight to November 30, the Berkut police commandoes have broken up brutally a peaceful protest action on Independence Square. Tens of people were injured, many people were detained. The opposition accused the incumbent authorities of excessive use of force and demanded punishing those guilty and dismissing Nikolai Azarov’s government.
On Tuesday, the opposition in the parliament demands from the government to deliver a report and pass a no confidence motion to it. No less than 226 votes are required for the decision.