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KIEV, January 22. /ITAR-TASS/. Within the lawsuit filed by the Federation of Trade Unions Ukrainian legal authorities have arrested all bank accounts that raised money for protesters in Kiev’s Independence Square and the group of protesting motorists, the Law and Business newspaper reported on Wednesday.
The bank accounts of two public organisations named “Socially Important Society” and “Kiev Residents - For Reforms” were arrested.
Ukrainian court has arrested property of several Ukrainian people’s deputies that coordinate actions of protesters in the previously captured buildings, including the compound housing the trade unions and Oktyabrsky Concert Hall.
If the lawsuit is satisfied their property will be confiscated and passed in possession of the Federation of Trade Unions to indemnify the damage caused to the captured buildings.