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KIEV, December 06. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukrainian opposition leaders are summoned to the Prosecutor-General's Office over the December 1 events, the leader of Batkivshchyna's members in the parliament, Arseny Yatsenyuk, told reporters on Friday.
The Prosecutor-General's Office has announced that some deputies, including him, were summoned for questioning, he said. "We surely will come for the questioning and answer the question about the beating of peaceful demonstration participants in Ukraine," he added.
According to him, 14 peaceful demonstration participants, including those who were hurt, have been detained.
Protesting against the forced dispersal of demonstrators at Independence Square on November 30, about 500,000 people gathered on Kiev streets the next day. Some people among demonstrators and police were hurt as a result of clashes near the presidential administration.