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KIEV, December 08, 18:30 /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine’s Security Service has launched an investigation over reported actions aiming to seize state power in the country, the press service of the Ukrainian Security Service said on Sunday.
“A criminal case was opened over actions aiming to seize state power,” the press service said. “On December 8, the register of pre-trial investigations was supplemented with data related to illegal actions committed by certain politicians to seize state power.” Criminal proceedings were opened on charges of committing actions aimed at violent overthrow of the constitutional system or at seizing state power, which is punishable by a prison term of from five to ten years.